EC Supports Bulgarian Micro And Small Companies With Euro 88 Million Scheme

The European Commission has approved a EUR 88 million scheme to support Bulgarian micro and small companies in the context of the coronavirus outbreak.  

The scheme will be co-financed the European Regional Development Fund with EUR 75 million, and will be accessible to companies active in different sectors except agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture and forestry.

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