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BRG Group, SeABank donates VND5 billion to nation’s “fight Covid” campaign
An An 10:27, 2020/03/20
To further support businesses in the region SeABank has established a VND1 trillion business rescue credit line for companies affected by Covid-19.

BRG Group and Southeast Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SeABank) on March 17 donated VND5 billion (US$214,500) to the nationwide campaign against Covid-19.

The donation was made at the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee launch event attended by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and government leaders to support the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic having the hampered the nation’s business landscape.

BRG Chairwoman Madam Nguyen Thi Nga hands over VND5 billion to government officials at the launch ceremony

 
To further support businesses in the region SeABank has established a VND1 trillion business rescue credit line for companies affected by Covid-19 at preferential rates from as low as 7.8% per year.

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