The Vice Minister of Mype and Industry specified that there are around 570,000 micro and small companies affected by the political and social situation.
Around S/116 million per day total the losses recorded by micro and small businesses (mypes) in the country due to the acts of violence that are generated during the demonstrations, affirmed the Vice Minister of Mype and Industry, Javier Dávila. He added that, since the start of these protests in December, the country has had a drop of S / 2,500 million.
“The demonstrations that have been taking place since last December have been unfortunate in the sense of the nuance they have taken. They are not protests of claims, which is a right that citizens have, since this violent tone of damage to the infrastructure and paralysis of the different areas, where these marches take place, is generating effects on the economy,” said the vice minister. in the program “Andina up to date”.
The official specified that there are around 570,000 mypes affected by the political and social situation.
With Productive Punch
The Vice Minister of Mype and Industry highlighted the launch of the program With Productive Punchan initiative that has concrete measures to mark the horizon of what will be the Government’s management to recover and revitalize the economy.
“This program has emphasized one of the most important aspects for the recovery of the mypes, than their authorization to access markets, including the public procurement market”, said Dávila.
He commented that the State, as a good buyer of the mypeswill provide resources for the program Purchases from MYPErú with a package of S/176 million, a balance that will specifically allow the textile and clothing sectorone of the hardest hit by the economic situation, to improve its economy.
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