President of Conupia projects that up to 180,000 SMEs could go into bankruptcy

According to the president of the National Confederation of Small Industry and Crafts of Chile (Conupia), Roberto Rojas, a high percentage of SMEs could be forced to go into bankruptcy due to the economic effects caused by the pandemic. Rojas projects that “up to 150,000 or 180,000 SMEs could disappear”. He predicts that commerce, tourism, gastronomy and live entertainment will be the most affected sectors.

Source: EMOL