GOVERNMENT, through the Ministry of Trade and Industry, has expanded the Grant Fund Facility, which provides funding to qualified small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in T&T.

The original Grant Fund Facility was limited in its scope, sectors and application, but the revision will provide a broader scope of funding opportunities to local manufactures and service providers that qualify, said exporTT, the Government entity that will facilitate the updated Grant Fund Facility.

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