In Moscow and the Moscow region during the second week of June, the number of public employers new jobs increased by 8.6 percent. This is 3.6 percent more than in average in Russia, Deputy Moscow Mayor for economic policy and property and land relations Vladimir Yefimov.

According to Vladimir Yefimov, the growth of the market of vacancies contributes to the recovery of business activity in the city, including in the most affected industries.

in addition, during the second week of June the average daily turnover industries are more affected by the crisis, increased on average by 21.3 percent compared to the previous week, the turnover of small and medium enterprises — by 6.7 percent, said the Minister of Moscow Government, head of the Moscow Department of economic policy and development Kirill Purtov.

Business activity in Moscow has returned to pre-crisis levels.