(ČIA) The government should postpone health and social insurance payments for employees. Businesses must be left with money for net wages. According to ODS deputy chairman Zbyněk Stanjura, the government should begin to compensate for fixed costs for companies that lose profits and sales. He added that in Denmark the government pays 80-100% of fixed costs to companies that have lost their profits by 80-100%, 50% to businesses with a 60-80% drop in profits and 25% to fixed costs if profits drop by 40-60%. ODS called on the government to take this model as a basis for negotiations and to make a decision on how to pay fixed costs so that companies survive and not lose jobs.