16 Sep 2020

In 2020 Moscow Gave Companies RUR 500 M As Loans

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Food industry enterprises, manufacturers of optics, security systems, instruments received investment loans for production development.

A six loans of total RUR 500 m had been issued this year,Deputy Moscow Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Yefimov said.


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