Despite the difficult economic situation during the coronavirus pandemic, an increase in the number of small and medium-sized businesses was recorded in the Moscow Region. From March to June 2020, only 12 059 organizations and individual entrepreneurs stopped their activities, while 13 362 were opened.
So, during the high-readiness regime, online trading began to actively develop (30% of the total number of registered legal entities), transportation services and transportation (18%) took second place, construction of private houses, repair and finishing works (11%) ), the production of various industrial goods and foodstuffs started (6%), restaurants and cafes continued to open, but they worked for delivery (5%), the remaining 30% are other areas of activity.
“The growth dynamics of small and medium-sized enterprises, in relation to those closed during the coronavirus, has not practically changed, if we analyze the same period last year. Entrepreneurs are actively using support measures. The most popular subsidy for labor remuneration in the amount of 12,130 rubles per employee, as well as a loan at 2% to support employment, it can be used to refinance a previously taken loan for salaries at 0% while maintaining the state 90% loan and full interest on it will be written off, ”said Natalia Egorova, Minister of Investments, Industry and Science of the Moscow Region.
During the high-availability mode in the Moscow Region, there is an increase in SMEs