Fewer than 10,000 businesses helped by scheme intended to assist 700,000

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on August 11, 2020


In June, research house Intellidex analysed why the bank guarantee scheme was not working and concluded that it had come “too late” — seven weeks after lockdown when some businesses had already retrenched staff and cancelled leases. Featured in Business Day. 

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