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MOSCOW, June 18 (Itar-Tass) - Issues of support of small- and medium-size business will be for the first time separately discussed at one of the grounds within the framework of the 17th Economic Forum which will be held in St. Petersburg on June 20-22, president of the organization of support of small- and medium-size business “Support of Russia” Alexander Brechalov told ITAR-TASS.
“Support of Russia” tried to achieve that the forum would hold a separate round-table meeting dedicated to small- and medium-size business. Such a round-table meeting titled “Territory of business - territory of life” will be held for the first time on June 22, Brechalov said.
According to him, the name of the round-table meeting repeats the name of the program of support of small- and medium-size business worked out by “Support of Russia” experts. “Basic provisions of the program will be presented at the forum,” Brechalov added. The program, in particular, envisages the introduction of the privileged wage rate for entrepreneurs- beginners and inclusion of issues of taxing of small- and medium-size business in a separate chapter of the Tax Code.