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Small Business Drought Loans

Date: 19 November 2019

You may have heard recently in the media that the Australian Government has announced drought loans for small businesses where that business services the agricultural sector. We have received enquiries about these loans, but unfortunately with respect to the Small Business Drought Loan the details have not yet been fully released. There is some limited information available on the Regional Investment Corporation (RIC) website, please see the link below. The RIC have advised us they are hopeful full details will be released prior to Christmas.

Watch this space, we’ll keep you posted!

https://www.ric.gov.au/help/announcements

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