Bruno Le Maire, November 19, 2020 in Dourdan.
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The compensation ceiling for businesses that remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic will be increased to 200,000 euros per month, Bruno Le Maire announced this Saturday, during a trip to traders in Reims, where he was accompanying the Prime Minister Jean Castex.
The government announced Wednesday a new support system for closed businesses, which includes compensation for 20% of their turnover compared to that achieved last year during the same month.
This support, initially capped at 100,000 euros, will therefore be doubled.
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