Social and Entrepreneurial Corporations are stable business structures performing their activity in order to derive the profit from the production and sale of goods and services. The main difference of SEC from commercial corporations is that the derived profit is reinvested for social, economic, and cultural purposes of the population of the region in the interests of which the SEC was established.
Donut chart showing 10 total beers. Two beers are Imperial India Pale Ales, four beers are Belgian Quadrupels, and three are Russian Imperial Stouts. The last remaining beer is unlabeled.
The project purpose is to regulate street trading, improve the service quality in street trading, simplify administrative procedures for the business entities, create the transparent, simple mechanism for granting trade rights in municipal non-stationary retail facilities in compliance with the required standards.
The following main types of street trading and services should be realized through this project: sale of fruit and vegetables, finished products (beverages, ice cream, fast food), food products (bakery, dairy, sausage products), flowers, newspapers, souvenirs, children leisure-time, technical services, household services.Read more...