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Without incentives for consumption, economy will take a plunge

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A national center should be set up as soon as possible to manage the crisis and have the power to impose strict sanctions and a strict regime of conduct, Prof. Preslav Dimitrov, dean of the Faculty of Economics at SWU Neofit Rilski, has told BNR. He recommends that funds that would be used to support sectors and industries be directed to the end user. "It is good for citizens to see the concerns of the state and not to feel abandoned," Prof. Preslav Dimitrov said.

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