11 Sep 2020

Eight Moscow Industrial Enterprises Will Receive City Subsidies

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The city systematically provides financial support to industrial enterprises, since 2012 manufacturers have totally received subsidies of RUR 2.6 bn. This year, 8 applications for subsidies have already been approved for food industry enterprises, manufacturers of electrical products, plastic packaging, books, high-tech products. They'll get help of RUR 146 m.

Subsidy applications can be submitted by September 30.


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