SME Corp allocates RM36mil for innovation vouchers

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  • Tuesday, 17 Dec 2013

"Eligible SMEs will receive grants of up to RM400,000 to cover the certification and quality management system, product packaging, innovation and research and development, branding advertising and promotion, alongside purchase of machinery and equipment," Hafsah said. - Bernama filepic

Bernama also reported separately that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Malaysia continue to grow, not withstanding global economic uncertainties and a more challenging marketplace.

The SME 100 Report shows that revenue grew by a whopping 37 percent last year for the top 100 SMEs in the country.

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