Conclusion on Chamber of Commerce Goes in Direction of Reforming it, Minister Says

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“What that specifically means, I cannot tell you at the moment as it will depend on the numbers in the coming days. However, I believe that our entrepreneurs, who have shown great understanding for everything that has been happening, but also protested against the fact that they have been closed for some time, will be satisfied,” Ćorić said in Pula, responding to questions from the press.

He added that entrepreneurs could count on all possible support from the state for as long as they are unable to operate.

“We are talking about covering salaries on the one hand and fixed costs on the other, and there are also (credit) lines for liquidity. There are currently nearly 3,000 applications for the €50,000 COVID-19 liquidity loans,” Ćorić said.

Talking about membership fees for the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Ćorić said that “the conclusion adopted by the parliamentary majority goes in the direction of reforming the Croatian Chamber of Commerce in a functional, organisational and ultimately financial way”.


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