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|Subject||Gangdong-gu supports small business owners in management committee businesses|
Gangdong-gu, Seoul (Jung Hwan-joong, acting mayor of the district office) announced on the 25th that it will pay 1 million won to small business owners in the business sector of the management committee. According to the district, the payment is aimed at supporting small business owners in the "loss compensation blind spot" who have declined in sales due to COVID-19 but have not been subject to collective bans or business restrictions. The target of the support is Gangdong-gu, where business registration symptoms are located, small business owners who are operating their businesses as of the date of announcement, and recipients of the government's primary quarantine support fund and support fund last year as "management committee companies." Businesses that support small business owners and tourism crisis overcoming the Seoul Metropolitan Government's implementation, beneficiaries of rent reduction from Seoul and affiliated investment institutions, and businesses that closed as of the announcement date are excluded from the support. A text message containing a unique application number will be sent to those eligible for the Seoul Small Business Crisis Support Fund from the 20th to the 3rd of next month. When applying, you must enter the unique application number sent by text message, and applications can be made online on the website of the Seoul Business Crisis Support Fund until the 24th of next month. A district official said, "I hope this subsidy will help small business owners in the blind spot for loss compensation," and added, "We cheer for them to overcome the COVID-19 crisis and recover to their daily lives as soon as possible."