rents, water bills, electricity and other expenses will be supported up to € 15 000 per month, for three months.
Under the water, due to the crisis of the sars coronavirus, the night clubs will receive a boost. The minister delegate for SMES, Alain Griset, announced this Friday the financial aid for the nightclubs, closed for four months because of a pandemic and urged the government to grant him a "rescue plan".
at the end of a meeting with representatives of the world of the night, the minister confirmed that"there are no anticipated date of re-opening" of the sector institutions, while unveiling a device of support of the fixed costs of facilities that are festive.
A measurement at 50 million euros
rents, water bills and electricity and other expenses will be supported up to € 15 000 per month, for three months, instead of 5 000 euros initially foreseen in the devices of aid to companies in danger of bankruptcy. "This cap covers the expenses of approximately 85% to 90% of the establishments in the world of the night," said Alain Griset to the press. The department evaluates the total cost of the measure to 50 million euros for 1600 companies concerned.summer Offer : Take advantage of the special offer 2 months for 1€ I subscribe
from 10 September, the institutions of the world of the night will benefit from the exemptions for access to aid from the solidarity fund companies, put in place to deal with the economic crisis caused by the Covid-19. The criteria of turnover, number of employees, loss of income will no longer apply to companies in this sector in order "not to have a risk of closures of companies," said Alain Griset.
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representatives of The sector, the national Grouping of independent hotels and restaurants (GNI-UNHCR), the French association of operators of discotheques and dance halls (AFEDD), the Union of trades and industries de l'hotellerie (UMIH) and the national Union of discos and places of leisure (SNDLL) welcomed the taking into account of the difficulties of their companies. "The meeting was interesting, with a decision very fast that will allow us to take a few more weeks with this crisis," said Michael Fox, of the GNI.
But the SNDLL note that "the content of the exchanges does not meet all of our demands," including the highly anticipated reopening of the institutions. "Today, we are under the infusion, but it is not with the aid that we are going to get, it is essential that we be able to meet the minister of Health to find out how to re-open as soon as possible," argued Michael Fox.
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On 12 July, during a protest on the sides of some 200 professionals of the sector in Paris, Matthew Lebrun, the spokesperson of the managers of clubs of Normandy, had estimated that "half of the clubs (were going to) disappear", which is about 800 clubs, if a reopening was ordered in September.