Being at the center of several political controversies, the company is moving ahead with building communities and businesses. The company has also launched a $40 million grant program for Black-owned businesses hit by the coronavirus
pandemic in the US — part of it's a broader initiative to help Black communities, which it announced in June.
It is to be noted that all small business owners have struggled since the Centre announced a countrywide lockdown
in March to try to contain the spread of coronavirus.
While India is now in Unlock 4.0 with almost all services resuming operations, MSMEs
are one of the worst-hit by the deadly pandemic.
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