21 May 2020

Almost All Industrial Facilities in Moscow Resumed Operation

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Moscow industrial facilities got permitted to resume their operations since May 12. The latest data say that 711 of 720 large and medium-sized companies are currently operating. 350 of them haven’t even stopped their production: they were supplying the city with food, drugs, construction materials for hospitals and other urgent goods.

Several support programs have been developed for Moscow companies.

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