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Korean tourists drastically reduced Local loan briefing for local companies Tsushima Nagasaki | NHK News

2019-09-26T22:56:16.373Z

In Tsushima City, Nagasaki Prefecture, where the number of Korean tourists has been declining due to the worsening of Japan-Korea relations, support financing for affected local SMEs…



Korean tourists drastically reduced Loan briefing for local companies Nagasaki Tsushima September 27, 7:52

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In Tsushima City, Nagasaki Prefecture, where the number of Korean tourists has been declining due to the worsening of Japan-Korea relations, a briefing session on a new loan system to support financing for local SMEs affected It was opened

Tsushima City, which can be accessed in less than an hour by boat from Busan, South Korea, is particularly affected by the deterioration of Japan-Korea relations.

Last month, over 7600 Koreans visited the international route, about 80% less than the same period last year.

Nagasaki Prefecture held a briefing session on a new loan system and subsidies to support cash flow for local SMEs in Tsushima City on the 26th, and about 40 people including hotel, bus company, restaurant managers etc. I participated.

The person in charge of the prefecture introduced a new loan system that lends funds at an interest rate of 1.3%, which is lower than the usual 1.95%, up to 30 million yen per company from the 17th of this month.

In addition, the Nagasaki Labor Bureau representative explained that if certain conditions are met, an “employment adjustment subsidy” will be received, in which two-thirds of the employee's leave allowance is subsidized by the government.

Mr. Sakae Eguchi, who runs the hotel, said, "I want to work hard by formulating a new management plan while staying connected with the loan system."

Source: nhk

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