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Six Local Business Owners Get Disbursements From The MSME Loan Grant Facility

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The MSME Loan Grant Facility is responding to the needs of Saint Lucia’s entrepreneurs and small business owners.

On April 24, 2023 six local business owners received the inaugural disbursements from the MSME Loan Grant Facility.

The successful applicants collectively walked away with a total of XCD 140, 000 to invest in their respective businesses.

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SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Mr Prime Minister, what do you do when you are not in government. Do you follow wnything about St Lucia when you are in opposition? Apparently not. Firstly, do you know why the SLDB was established in St Lucia, by Sir John and what they were doing until the SLP, in 1997, closed it? es! You shut it down in 1997. It was re-opened in 2006 by Sir John and Allen continued to use the establishment tp develop the country and its people. So it’s not the first time. See link below:

    https://stlucia.loopnews.com/content/government-pumps-20-million-sldb-housing-and-local-business

  2. @Smart Pip…..how much disbursement of funds were allocated under the UWP ??? Go and find Allan Chastanet disbursement of funds to an entity or individual and let’s see if you come back ratting and raving…..I am betting it won’t happen. Why ?? IT NEVER HAPPENED.

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