Chairman Aydin Chamber of Commerce and also Turkey Chambers and Stock Exchanges Association Board Member Hakan country, private dormitories asked the company to a non-refundable government support to be given.
Ramadan Aydin (Aydin MAGAZINE)
Aydın Chamber of Commerce Chairman Hakan Ülken brought up the demands of private student dormitories, which ranked first among the affected sectors during the pandemic period. At the same time Turkey Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges Board Member Hakan country, such as a year of non-repayable government-sponsored cheap loans to these businesses said that support should be given very serious. Underlining that the said enterprises have been closed continuously since March 2020, President Ülken noted that the enterprises that lost almost all of the 2019-2020 period and all of them in the 2020-2021 period were in great financial difficulty. “As a private dormitory of medium size suffers a loss of turnover that can be expressed in millions, high rent loads of more than half leave the business owners desperate,” Ülken said, “In this process, we had members who had to sell their houses and cars in order to pay their rents. We have been continuing our demands and follow-ups on this issue since the first day. We think and expect that the state should provide very serious support to the sector, such as a one-year non-refundable state-backed cheap loan, to these enterprises, which have taken the first place among the sectors affected by the pandemic. “