LittleJohn2 schreef op 19 november 2020 21:59:
Covid Italia, shopping centers on their knees: -60% admissions every day:www.adnkronos.com/lavoro/dati/2020/11...
Sweden: Amazon launches first online store in the Nordics, gets off to rocky start:www.cnbc.com/2020/10/28/amazon-launch...
BTW, I still think that giving all tenants full rent waivers for periods of 2nd lockdowns is simply too generous and wouldn't be wise. There shouldn't be 'one-size-fits-all' approach and if shopkeepers are getting government's support to stay in business, than it is very likely that it is also to help them with their rent payments.
'If you are a trader, employ less than 50 people and your business is subject to an administrative closure , you can benefit from a monthly compensation of up to € 10,000 .'
'Reduce the amount of your rent
You can ask your landlord to reduce or abandon rent collection from your commercial lease .
Indeed, a tax credit has been put in place for landlords who give up at least 1 month's rent owed by companies with up to 5,000 employees , administratively closed from October to December 2020 and / or belonging to the sector. hotels, cafes and restaurants .'
Coronavirus in Belgium: the retail sector calls for "urgent" support measureswww.rtbf.be/info/economie/detail_coro...
'However, retail and catering must be supported, argue the UPSI and BLSC. The two organizations welcome the taking of " necessary " measures for traders and restaurant operators, such as "short-time working, the cash position of affected companies, etc. "
But shops still bear many charges, such as rent, property tax, local taxes, etc. " While the most important period of the year for traders will be largely lost ", underline the federations.'
It should be similar also in Italy.