PremiumEntrepreneurs want non-refundable support in OE2021

CIP proposes converting guarantees into non-repayable incentives and AEP wants a public treasury support fund at zero interest rate.

Cristina Bernardo

Capitalization and support for liquidity are the main themes of the measures that businessmen want to see included in the State Budget for 2021. But there are recurring themes from other years, such as changes in the IRC and the spill. Approaching some of the proposals, CIP - Confederação Empresarial de Portugal and Associação Empresarial de Portugal (AEP) have already defined the range of measures they will send to the Government.

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