AmCham survey records serious concerns
Companies surveyed by the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce are asking the government to freeze their payments and debts and their general tax liabilities to the state, as most of them are being severely affected by the coronavirus epidemic.
AmCham surveyed 281 companies on March 16-20 and found that the majority of the participating companies are expecting a decrease in their projected revenues.
In contrast, it also found companies which have not been affected by the Covid-19 outbreak so far and which are looking forward to an increase in revenues. These companies are active in the fields of food and beverages, technology and the supply chain, the chamber announced on Saturday.
On top of a tax payments freeze, companies are also asking the state for a loans adjustment by postponing their loan payments or by providing them with borrowing at low or zero...