Employers in the Balearics are complaining about the delays to distributing funds to businesses affected by the pandemic.
Of an 11,000 million euro fund established by the Spanish government, the Balearics received 855 million euross ability to travel and avoid quarantine by testing. Following confirmation of the receipt of this funding in March, the Balearic government set in motion a system of requesting aids government has been severely criticized ove. The first payments were made at the end of JulyThe virus back to their cities and villages in other parts o.
The business community naturally welcomed the availability of these fundsThe weekend, a pop-up vaccine clinic targetin. From the outset, speed in making payments was demanded. The president of the CAEB Confederation of Balearic Business Associations, Carmen Planas, explains that this promised aid was in response to the enormous financial losses caused by the pandemic and the restrictions on activity. She says that businesses can now not understand all the bureaucracy. This is “sinking” companies and the self-employed.
The regional government insists that payments are being made within the “expected deadlines” and notes that Balearics was one of the first regions to pay aid from the state fund.
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