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Call for state aid to entrepreneurs in the transport sector published

first_imgEligible users Slijedom posljedica krize prouzrokovane koronavirusom koja je pogodila cjelokupno hrvatsko gospodarstvo, posebice sektor prometa, Ministarstvo mora, prometa i infrastrukture objavilo je poziv poduzetnicima za korištenje sredstava iz programa državnih potpora u sklopu mjera gospodarskog opravka Vlade Republike Hrvatske. 49.31 Urban and suburban passenger land transport 51.10 Passenger air transport Transport of goods by inland waterways 93.29 Nautical tourism ports. 49.10 Railway passenger transport services, intercity 79.11 Travel agency activities related to nautical transport 49.39 Other land transport (excluding taxi service) Provedbena tijela programa dodjele su Hrvatska banka za obnovu i razvitak (HBOR) i Hrvatska agencija za malo gospodarstvo, inovacije i investicije (HAMAG-BICRO) koji će dodjeljivati pojedinačne potpore korisnicima koji ispunjavaju uvjete iz programa. 77.34 Renting and leasing of water transport equipment 50.10 Sea and coastal passenger water transport Sea and coastal freight water transport Railway freight transport Cilj programa je osigurati financijsku podršku poduzetnicima koji obavljaju djelatnosti u sektoru mora, prometa, prometne infrastrukture i s njima povezanim djelatnostima radi ublažavanja posljedica krize uzrokovane pandemijom koronavirusa na njihovo poslovanje. Potpore će se dodjeljivati kao državna jamstva za nove kredite za likvidnost, a prihvatljivi korisnici su mali, srednji i veliki poduzetnici koji posluju u sektoru mora, prometa, prometne infrastrukture i povezanih djelatnosti na teritoriju Republike Hrvatske. Construction of water structures Inland passenger water transport 52.2 Transport service activities Air transport of goods The total amount of planned funds under this program is 600.000.000 kuna. 79.12 Activity of tour operators (tour operators) if they are related to nautical traffic HAMAG BICRO – Poziv za dodjelu državnih potpora sektoru mora, prometa, prometne infrastrukture i povezanim djelatnostima u aktualnoj pandemiji COVID-a 19  State aid program for the maritime sector, transport, transport infrastructure and related activities in the current COVID pandemic 19 (NN 77/20)HBOR – Poziv za dodjelu državnih potpora sektoru mora, prometa, prometne infrastrukture i povezanim djelatnostima u aktualnoj pandemiji COVID-a 19  52.10 Storage of goods Photo: D-Resort Šibeniklast_img read more

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UPDATE: Salybia villagers report ‘ball of fire crash into sea’

first_img Share Tweet Share Share 23 Views   4 commentscenter_img LocalNews UPDATE: Salybia villagers report ‘ball of fire crash into sea’ by: – May 21, 2012 Sharing is caring! Coast guard officials, Fire officers and officers of the Dominica Air and Sea Port Authority are still combing the Salybia area trying to figure out what occurred there early Monday night.Last evening villagers reported that they had seen a “ball of fire crash into the sea” in the vicinity of the Barana Aute in Salybia.While speculators claimed that it could have been an aircraft, Police spokesman sergeant John Carbon who spoke to Dominica Vibes News late Monday evening could not confirm that this had occurred.He explained that there were no reports of any missing aircrafts from the Air Traffic Control Centre in Guadeloupe; however, they have deployed police officers to Salybia to investigate.Chief Executive Officer of the Dominica Air and Sea Ports Authority reported this morning that after an evening search was conducted with assistance from French authorities, nothing had been found. “Up to this present point we have no reports of anything being found. Once the report was made it triggered our response system; we notified the French authorities and our local coast guard and we responded along with the fire service and searches were carried out last night. Up to very late last night nothing was found”.Bardouille also confirmed sergeant Carbon’s earlier report that all aircrafts were accounted for.“In terms of the official traffic coming into Dominica last night, all traffic reported based on our counterparts in the French territories; all traffic that they had was accounted. So officially all the traffic was accounted for so up to this point we have nothing missing”. According to Bardouille, another search will be conducted this morning to ensure that they have covered all their bases.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more