Britain announces new trade support scheme

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Unveiled by the British Finance Minister, this new £ 4.6 billion trade aid scheme aims to close many shops, bars and restaurants once again due to the epidemic.

On their knees for months, British companies would be able to get 9,000 pounds (equivalent to 10,000 euros). The government is also setting up a £ 600 million fund for those who will not be eligible for the new assistance.

These injections of money should allow businesses, bars and restaurants to preserve their jobs until spring, which assures the sage fad, the chancellor of the treasury.

Because these companies are in dire need of it. The new control decided to fight against the spread of the new strain of coronovirus, which is as strict as the first spring. For many areas a sledgehammer bounced back from bankruptcy and social breakdown.

Survival Inn is the watchdog for SMEs, as UK supermarkets hit record sales levels in December. For the Christmas holidays and the closing of pubs and restaurants, sales by retail chains amounted to £ 11.7 billion, never seen in a month.

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