Source: eKapija | Friday, 03.04.2020.| 11:43
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Banks Not Exempt from Measures of Aid to the Economy, Considered Large Companies

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The president of the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, Marko Cadez, has provided some clarification regarding the state's measures of aiding the economy. As he says, banks are not exempt from these measures and are considered to be large companies, when it comes to subsidizing wages in the amount of 50% per worker or postponing the payment of taxes and contributions.

Cadez also said that the measures did not apply to March salaries, but that this could change by a potential decision to that end.

– Postponement of tax and contribution collection applies to all companies (with the general rule of exempting those who have laid off more than 10% of their employees) – Cadez wrote on his LinkedIn profile.
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