National Council takes another step towards helping Monegasque entrepreneurs

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Pierre Bardy has been appointed Rapporteur of the Draft Law 238, filed on May 15, by the 21 elected representatives of the majority group on the National Council, concerning the use of state-owned housing for a private business.

The draft enables Monegasques to register a professional activity in residential premises owned by the state, at no cost.

The purpose of the proposed law is to enable Monegasque entrepreneurs to conduct their businesses while overcoming the formidable obstacles presented by the shortage of office space and its high cost in the Principality.

Pierre Bardy will report back to the National Council on the proceedings of the meetings of the Finance and National Economy Commission, chaired by Balthazar Seydoux.


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