(ANSA) – Turin, December 01 – “Pending the definition of the new rules, we are extending the existing covers also for 202”: this is the proposal made by Fiepet-Confesercenti, the association of public enterprises, to the Municipality of Turin.
“We believe that by the end of the year it will not be possible – explains Fulvio Griffa, President of Fiepet-Confesercenti – to identify all the changes in the regulation of the sector, so we are engaged in a fruitful discussion with the municipality. With the trade advisor, Paolo Schiavarino, we have done an excellent job so far, Which will lead to a renewed framework of rules in line with the needs of the companies and the city. However, we still need a few more months. In the meantime, we must ensure guarantees for companies and an orderly conduct of their activity. Our proposal arises from these regulatory considerations, but also from an economic assessment : the great value that drying produces for the economy of the city and beyond.”
In Turin, according to the data reported, there are about 2,000 dirhams (excluding those authorized during the epidemic) and they bring in an annual income of about 6 million for the municipal coffers, of which about 4.2 million dirhams are for the occupation tax in the state. public lands and 1.7 million lari (waste tax).
On average, every restaurant with a terrace has two dedicated employees: a total of 4,000 employees, for more than 62 million in salaries and 48 million in social security contributions and contributions paid by companies. About a third of a restaurant’s sales come from eating. Considering an average turnover per place of €200,000, each dehor produces about 60,000: thus the annual turnover in Turin is 120 million. (Dealing).
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