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Oikonomou: 50 Million Euros in Non-Returnable Subsidies for SMEs Impacted by Pandemic

ATHENS – Small- and medium-sized enterprises affected by the pandemic will get 50 million euros in support in the form of non-returnable subsidies, government spokesperson Yiannis Economou announced in a Twitter post on Friday.

“SMEs affected by Covid-19 are being supported through a non-returnable subsidy, with a total budget of 50 million euros. With a plan we stand at the side of society, which is being tested by consecutive crises,” the tweet said.

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