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SMBDA organized next online event for entrepreneurs affected by the pandemic 21.04.20
SMBDA organized next online event for entrepreneurs affected by the pandemic

Small and Medium Business Development Agency (SMBDA) of the Republic of Azerbaijan continues to organize online events to inform entrepreneurs operating in the areas affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic about the measures of state support.

About 6,000 businesses benefited from online awareness-raising events hosted last week.

Representatives of the State Tax Service and SMBDA under the Ministry of Economy answered the questions of business entities and informed about the planned new state support measures at the next online event on "Financial support provided for the areas affected by pandemic" organized by SMBDA on April 21.

About 2,000 businesses benefited from the online event, which was broadcast live on SMBDA's Facebook page (

Taking into account the requests received by SMBDA, and the interests of businesses, online awareness-raising activities will be continued to inform business entities affected by the pandemic.

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