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Grants for B40 Indians to start businesses in Selangor

M Krishnamoorthy  |  Published:  |  Modified:

The ​Selangor ​state government ​is working closely with Indian NGOs to provide finance and training skills to ​Indians who have been neglected for 60 years in the B40 category living under poverty-stricken conditions.

Selangor Menteri Besar Azmin Ali said it is unfortunate the Indians have been ignored over the years.

"The state will empower the Indian community by giving grants and interest-free loans under the Selangor Indian Entrepreneurial Programme to start-up businesses and raise their level of income.​"​

This is a public-public partnership, where the Selangor state government works together with NGOs who are familiar with the Indian grassroots in order to build their capacity to start micro-businesses...

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