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The Russian military intervention in Ukraine at the end of February has upset the existing economic balance and triggered an energy crisis unprecedented in recent decades.

In order to respond to the difficulties that companies will have to face (and in some cases are already facing), a law was passed on 12 July, introducing a system of aid for companies that have seen their operating costs increase drastically as a result of soaring energy prices, sometimes to the point of compromising the continuation of their economic activity.

Two types of aid are proposed to cover:

  • the extra costs of natural gas and electricity for energy-intensive companies
  • additional diesel costs for companies in the road haulage, construction and food industry sectors.

On the initiative of the Ministry of the Economy and the Directorate General for Small and Middle-Sized Enterprises, with the support of Luxinnovation, an information webinar (27.07.2022 at 2pm) is proposed in French to present in detail these new measures and the advantages that companies in the country will be able to draw from them.

 

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