President waits for recommendations on post-COVID rehabilitation of light industry

President Maia Sandu expressed her readiness to assist the business community in overcoming the crisis and recovering after the pandemic, noting there is great external willingness to provide support to deal with the challenges. In a discussion with representatives of the Employers Association of the Light Industry (APIUS), the official asked these to formulate recommendations concerning post-COVID rehabilitation of the light industry, IPN reports.

“We realize that you are going through a very difficult period. I repeatedly said that I will be near the businesspeople who work honestly, create jobs for our citizens, pay taxes. It’s true that being trapped in the pandemic and political crises, we could not concentrate more on the problems faced by businesses. The priority now is to bring more vaccines and to vaccinate more people. This way we will help the economy the best,” stated Maia Sandu, being quoted in a press release of the presidential administration.

She noted that to succeed, a majority of honest people in Parliament and a professional and devoted Government that would seriously deal witty the problems are needed.

In the discussion, the representatives of the light industry said the sector should be supported by the state and should have access to cheaper financial resources. “Despite the political and health crisis, the next few weeks we will be working on an economic recovery program. It is important that the businesses, including the light industry, take part in this process so that this sector becomes sustainable and competitive,” stated President Sandu.

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