Information on which companies receive grants and how much money they will receive will be available to everyone in a searchable format, said the Minister of Finance.
“Transparency is an important tool for preventing abuse and ensuring that the scheme has legitimacy,” said Jan Tore Sanner (H) at the press conference on the scheme on Friday night.
It is the Tax Administration that manages the compensation scheme for companies. It is responsible for the proper administration and verification of the applications.
On Saturday, April 18, companies that have been required by the State to close for business may apply for compensation. On Monday, April 20, other companies and businesses can submit their applications.
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