08 Sep 2020

Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Will Keep Getting Moscow Support

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Moscow will extend most of the programs for small and medium-sized businesses adopted for anti-crisis support during the acute epidemiological situation.

The Moscow Government supports entrepreneurs - 14 types of pay-outs are valid for small and medium-sized business entities in the Russian capital.

It id worth recalling that four packages of measures were taken to support the capital's business during the coronavirus epidemic.

 

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