Aksaray Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ATSO) Vice President Ahmet Kulak called, “Let’s not be the victims of the banks when we say to protect from the pandemic.”
AKSARAY (İGFA) – Aksaray Chamber of Commerce and Industry Board Vice President Ahmet Kulak made statements regarding the ‘full closure’ circular issued by the Ministry of Interior for COVID-19 measures.
Underlining that the economic costs to be experienced in dozens of sectors such as textile, retail, clothing and services will bring a great burden to businesses, ATSO Vice President Ahmet Kulak stated that he is worried about the implementation of the 21-day full shutdown in the days when the enterprises are going through the most economically zones.
Vice President Kulak, who argued that they have repeatedly expressed the need for full shutdowns during the periods when the pandemic began to appear as the business world, said, “If the pandemic is going to end as a business world for two years, there should be full closures instead of partial closures. We have expressed this bad process on every platform in every field so as to find it as soon as possible, but our statements were implemented in the days when our businesses were going through the most economically difficult times. ”
” BUSINESSES THINK ON LAND “
ATSO Deputy Chairman Ahmet Kulak, who argued that businesses are thinking about what will happen to rent, checks, promissory notes, salaries when it is fully closed, said, “The banks are working and collecting their receivables. Our state needs to find a solution to this urgently. While saying, “Let’s protect our tradesmen, citizens and businesses from the pandemic, let’s not be the victims of the banks.” Kulak stated that they fully believe that the state will provide the necessary illumination to tradesmen and businesses.