The Andalusian Government announces a rescue plan for the self-employed and companies with 660 million euros

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The Junta de Andalucía is going to launch a rescue plan for freelancers and entrepreneurs for an amount of around 660 million and with which it is intended to cushion the impact of the pandemic and the restrictions imposed by this second wave in the community.

The rescue of the Andalusian productive fabric, which has yet to be finalized, will result in direct aid with which, for example, pay the rent of premises; guarantees and tax exemption. Specifically, the Andalusian Government will allocate 215 million for direct aid, 350 million to guarantee the financing of companies and the self-employed and another 94 million in taxes that will be waived or reduced.

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The Andalusian president made this announcement after meeting, at the Palacio de San Telmo, with the presidents of the Confederation of Andalusian Entrepreneurs (CEA), Javier González de Lara; from the Andalusian Chambers of Commerce, Javier Sánchez Rojas; and the Association of Autonomous Workers (ATA), Lorenzo Amor, in the framework of the baptized as Alliance for Andalusia.

The meeting takes place the same day that the Andalusian hostelry was summoned to protests in all capitals under the slogan ‘Without aid they ruin us’ and with the aim of denouncing the current situation of the sector after the new time and activity restrictions adopted to control the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Andalusian Hospitality Federation (Horeca) maintains that time restrictions and tax requirements “increase the risk of bankruptcy definitive of an activity with 55,000 establishments and 250,000 workers “.

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