By Damon Mitchell • 29 June 2020 • 10:58
Better together: Boosting business and revitalising commerce.
Credit: Ayuntamiento de Nerja
stickers to be placed in the establishments of the municipality, remembering the basic sanitary security measures.
With the launch of this campaign, to support local commerce, it is one of the measures included in the Municipal Shock Plan against the coronavirus crisis, prepared by the Working Group formed by Popular Party, Forward, Citizens and Vox.
The Councillor for Commerce, Javier López, points out the importance of revitalising local commerce to face the economic crisis that has produced the health alarm since it involves job creation. “We have to make an effort to regain normality, always complying with established safety standards, and that normality begins as we return to our usual shops, bars and restaurants.”
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