Clubs and bars were closed at the earliest during the coronavirus pandemic by the decision of the Coordination Council, and they were opened at the last stage of opening the economy.
During this period, representatives of the sector were talking about multi-million losses. As they claimed, many businesses left the market due to the Covid-pandemic.
Today, the representative of "Khidi" club Sofo Ebralidze states that the clubs have returned to their usual regime, although with increased financial obligations and expenses.
According to him, it is difficult to cope with the existing tax pressure and pay the increased utility bills.
"Unfortunately, the bank obligations that existed until now have increased and we have to pay them. It is also very difficult to deal with the tax pressure, we pay a very large amount of money to the budget every month.
We have more financial challenges today than we did before 2020. Utility bills for legal entities have increased tremendously, which is another aggravating factor in our case", says Sofo Ebralidze, representative of "Khidi" club.
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