03 Aug 2020

COVID-19 Related Moscow Budget Losses Will Not Affect Financing of Social Sphere and Investment Projects

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The city budget will get about RUR 500 bn less due to the pandemic. Additional RUR 250 bn had to be allocated to fight COVID-19.

Despite the budget losses, the capital will retain full funding of social sphere and key investment projects. Four packages were approved to support the Moscow business.

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