Post: Deputy Mayor Efimov: Moscow’s small and medium enterprises increased their turnover by a quarter

Vladimir Yefimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow Government responsible for economic policy and property and land relations

MOSCOW, December 26 – RIA Novosti. The Deputy Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land said that for the 11 months of 2022, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with capital increased their total turnover to 3.6 trillion rubles, which is more than a quarter of the same indicator of the previous year. relations Vladimir Yefimov.

“Small and medium-sized enterprises of the capital have successfully adapted to the new economic realities and are steadily increasing their turnover. June was a record month in terms of revenue, when it reached 362 billion rubles. In November, the turnover of SMEs capital is a quarter compared to the same period of 2021. increased to 343 billion rubles,” he said.

At the same time, according to the deputy mayor, the share of urban SMEs in the service and trade sectors during the specified period increased to 22.7%, one percentage point higher than last year.

According to the Moscow City Department of Economic Policy and Development, almost a third of the total turnover of SMEs is carried out by commercial enterprises. The revenues of these companies have increased by 22% since the beginning of the year, exceeding one trillion rubles. The revenue of restaurants, cafes and bars increased by 60% to 365 billion rubles. In third place are travel agencies with a revenue of 335 billion rubles (25% more than in the previous year).

The highest growth rates were shown in transport and logistics companies (up 63% to 160 billion rubles), cultural, entertainment and sports businesses (up 55% to 80 billion rubles) and hotels (up 46% to 37 billion rubles). ruble).

The growth in turnover of small and medium-sized enterprises in Moscow is largely due to its flexibility in searching for new counterparties and the adaptation of logistics to changing conditions. Programs for city and federal concession lending and simplifying SMEs’ participation in deliveries for government orders are also helpful, the report says.

Source: Ria

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