tin tức về support package mới nhất
The ministers of Finance, Planning and Investment, and Industry and Trade talked about measures to help people and enterprises overcome difficulties at a National Assembly discussion session on July 25.
According to statistics of the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs, up to 12.8 million Vietnamese people aged 15 and older were negatively affected by the Covid-19 epidemic in the second quarter of 2021.
It is estimated that hundreds of thousands of people in Hanoi are eligible to receive support from the Covid-19 relief package described in Resolution 68.
Tour guides are subject to the Government’s VND26 trillion support package which aims to help Covid-19-hit businesses and people. However, unclear requirements have may have caused the package to be inaccessible to thousands of tour guides.
The country continues to offer appealing business and investment opportunities given its strong fundamentals.
Workers forced to take unpaid leave from 15 days to below one month would receive VND1.85 million ($80.4) per person, and VND3.71 million ($161.23) if taking an unpaid leave of over one month.
Minister of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs Dao Ngoc Dung said agencies and localities cannot be slow in disbursing the VND26 trillion support package.
Both employees and employers that are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic can gain access to the Government’s support package worth 26 trillion VND (1.13 billion USD) from July 8.
The second support package worth VND886 billion (US$37.8 million) will be directly given to HCMC dwellers who have been affected by the coronavirus epidemic.
With the gradual recovery in the confidence of the business community in the first two months of the year, continued support for enterprises is needed to help them stay afloat and weather the storm.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment is about to submit to the Government for approval the second aid package for Covid-19 affected businesses.
With many state-run enterprises enduring heavy losses since the pandemic began, the National Assembly’s support package for Vietnam Airlines is bringing hope to other state-owned giants
Amid the impact of COVID-19, as many as 10,400 businesses completed procedures for dissolution in the first eight months of the year.
The Ministry of Labour, War Valids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) has proposed a VND18.6 trillion (US$798 million) package for those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, helping them promote production and maintain employment.
Many travel firms affected by Covid-19 are struggling to access loans with low interest rates from the Government’s credit package as banks have denied their applications out of concern over their ability to repay the debt
Local enterprises have urged the Government to soon activate support policies to help them overcome difficulties in production and business due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.