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Sep 13, 2020 / 15:11

Hanoi measures Covid-19 impacts on businesses

The survey will be conducted between September 10-20, and the results are expected to be released at the end of September.

The Hanoi Statistic Office and the city’s Tax Department have jointly conducted a survey on impacts of Covid-19 on all businesses in the city for assessing the effects of the government's support policies.

 Hanoi measures Covid-19 impacts on businesses. Photo: dantri

From the survey results, the municipal government, all levels and sectors will work out policies and measures to continue solving difficulties for the businesses so as for them to respond better to the second Covid-19 pandemic.

The survey would focus on the current performance of enterprises; solutions to respond to the impacts of Covid-19; evaluating the effectiveness of government support for enterprises to overcome difficulties and minimize losses caused by Covid-19; and information on the competitiveness of businesses.

The survey is conducted through web-based questionnaires at the website http://thongkedoanhnghiep.gso.gov.vn.

Earlier in April, the first survey on about 126,565 enterprises conducted by the General Statistic Office revealed that up to 85.7% of them were affected by Covid-19. Among them, the industry – construction and service sectors suffered the most from the pandemic with 86.1% and 85.9% affected, respectively. Meanwhile, the agriculture, forestry and fishery sector were less affected with 78.7%.

Specially, a number of economic sectors have a high rate of businesses negatively affected by the pandemic, including aviation (100%), accommodation services (97.1%), catering services (95.5%), travel agencies (95.7%), education and training (93.9%), followed by textiles and garments, leather products, electronics, and automobile production, which all had a rate of over 90%.