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Dehoga checks legal steps: business associations criticize Corona-decisions

Dehoga checks legal steps
Business associations criticise Corona-decisions

A traffic light regulates the entry into a Department store in Stuttgart. The Wholesale and retail trade will remain subject to conditions, to Hygiene, to control the entry and to avoid queues altogether, open. Photo: Marijan Murat/dpa

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Business associations have criticised the Federal government and the States agreed to massive restrictions in the fight against the Corona-crisis.

Business associations have criticised the Federal government and the States agreed to massive restrictions in the fight against the Corona-crisis.

Crafts President Hans Peter Woll zeal, said: “It is good that the Federal government and the States wanted to avoid a lump-sum economic Lockdown apparent, however, that is not managed in a consistent and a hard and bitter day for a lot of craft businesses.”

The large efforts and investments of many companies in the past few months, to protect, with sophisticated hygiene concepts to customers and employees deserved more recognition. “Some
Craft areas are partly directly, partly indirectly, by the
upcoming closing affected payments substantially.”

The now-agreed part of the Lockdown meet the operations,
the were beat by the first Lockdown is already a massive. It
is, therefore, crucial that the advertised additional
Support package in a timely manner to be determined – the Federal government plans financial assistance of up to EUR 10 billion.

From the point of view of the trade Association Germany, many commercial enterprises in the state aid said to be dependent. It was positive that in the shops now, instead of the original from the Federal government a customer for every 25 square meters planned, at least, a customer should be allowed per 10 square metre of selling space. “The de facto Lockdown at risk, however, many retailers in the downtown.”

The German Hotel and restaurant Association (Dehoga) is examining legal steps. The Saxony-Anhalt Dehoga-chief Michael Schmidt announced in an interview with the German press Agency. “It is a big disappointment, this is really dramatic for us,” said Schmidt. “We are not the drivers of the pandemic.” Complain only to the restaurateurs themselves could. The Dehoga-the main managing Director, Ingrid Hartges, said in the ARD, it would have been reported already members of the sue wanted to.

The decisions of the 16 Prime-Ministers and Prime Minister of the Federal government, among other things, that Restaurants are allowed to sell in November as in spring, only food out of the house. Hotels must accommodate and the business travelers. The regulations shall come into force on Monday, and initially until the end of November to apply. The affected businesses will be compensated by the Federal government and up to 75 percent of its sales from the November 2019 get reimbursed.

It is also true that Dehoga-country, chef Schmidt is only moderately optimistic. “The emergency aid in the spring were, in the end, much later than originally thought.” In the case of the new AIDS it to come on every day. The members of the Association of the existence of fears from the spring would come again.

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