Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Jul 27, 2020
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The proposal is to mobilize the capacity for innovation to attend with new technological solutions to the opportunities that arise as necessary for reactivation and resilience for an underserved market segment. Thus, it is proposed to develop a first pilot experience to demonstrate that saving lives and jobs are not conflicting priorities and that there are ways to prepare SMEs to be able to resume activities in the face of different shocks.
The countrie's couterpart ammount to USD 850,000.
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