Pridnestrovian banks should not charge interest on loans from enterprises for the duration of the state of emergency. This was discussed in the course of the meeting of a joint working group to minimize business losses. This is the second meeting of deputies of the Supreme Council, members of the Government, representatives of the business and banking community. Today, banks are reviewing the terms of payment of loans. These actions should reduce the losses and expenses of business entities.
One of the proposed Government measures is to shift the deadlines for statistical, tax and environmental reporting for individual entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurs are also offered to be exempted from paying for rent of municipal state property by June 30. The Chairman of the Supreme Council Alexander Korshunov proposed to exempt from private rental payments and private retail facilities. Such a measure would be quite effective, say his colleagues in the deputy corps.
Until June 30, it was proposed to provide Pridnestrovians with deferment in payment of utilities.
The proposed measures will be summarized in the form of law-in-draft and will soon be considered and adopted by the Supreme Council. After the President signs the initiative to minimize economic losses, entrepreneurs and citizens will enter into force.
Depending on how the situation develops, this set of measures can be expanded.
The next meeting of the working group is planned for March 27. Representatives of the Government, the Supreme Council and business will talk about measures to support agriculture during the state of emergency.