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Funding and incentives for SMEs in Budget 2018

Strengthening SMEs

  • Skim Jaminan Pembiayaan Perniagaan for working capital and services sector (RM7bil)
  • Government Guarantee loans under SJPP to enable SMEs to automate production (RM1bil)
  • Syariah-compliant SME Financing Scheme with subsidy rate of 2% (RM1bil)
  • Development of halal industries and products under various agencies (RM82mil)
  • SME loans through Koperasi Jayadiri Malaysia Bhd (Kojadi) (RM50mil)
  • Indian Community Entrepreneur Development Scheme (SPUMI) under Tekun (RM50mil)

Kerajaan digesa pertimbang takrif PKS

JITRA - Angkatan Koperasi Malaysia Berhad (Angkasa) menggesa kerajaan memperincikan takrif Perusahaan Kecil dan Sederhana supaya gerakan koperasi boleh menikmati faedah dan insentif yang disediakan oleh kerajaan dalam Bajet 2018.

Chambers: SMEs should leverage on incentives

PETALING JAYA: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) should take advantage of several incentives offered by the government in Budget 2018, through various schemes, loans and grants to grow and expand their businesses, business chambers said.

Minister asks SMEs to capitalise on funds provided in Budget 2018

SUNGAI PETANI, Oct 28 ― Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) should capitalise on various funds provided in Budget 2018 to expand their business, Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan said.

The Budget 2018 speech by Prime Minister Najib Razak Part I

“Prospering an inclusive economy, balancing between worldly and hereafter, for the wellbeing of rakyat, towards the TN50 aspiration”

RM7 Bln For SJPP To Ensure SMEs Sector Contribute 41 Pct To GDP

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 27 (Bernama) -- The 2018 Budget has allocated RM7 billion under the Skim Jaminan Pembiayaan Perniagaan (SJPP) as one of the measures so that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) sector will contribute 41 per cent of gross domestic product by 2020.