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[Dream Approaching Indeed] Loan Advocacy Briefing Session of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous Peoples Held by the Council of Indigenous Peoples in Kaohsiung Today

  • 更新時間:2017/06/03 11:21:29

The indigenous people, youth entrepreneurs, aboriginal entrepreneurs, personnel of financial institutes as well as local governmental undertakers in southern area were invited by the Council of Indigenous Peoples on 9th to participate in the [Loan Advocacy Briefing Session of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous Peoples] held in Garden Villa Kaohsiung. Moreover, the Senior Administrative Officer of the Council of Indigenous Peoples, Chen, Mei-Lin was present for address. The session was held in order to help indigenous people get to know the application methods of all kinds of low-interest concessions launched by the Council of Indigenous Peoples.

At the Session, the aboriginal entrepreneurs with successful businesses in Kaohsiung were invited for sharing experience to encourage the indigenous to chase after dreams valorously. Breaking down the stereotype of the aboriginals on finance and credit and establishing a friendly financing environment are also the purposes of the session.

According to the statistics, up to the end of March, 2017, 25,000 entries of loans with an amount of NT$ 8.3 billion have been lent via the loan business of Comprehensive Development Fund of Indigenous People. More specifically, with 3,000 entries in southern area, reaching a loan of NT$ 1.2 billion, among which the economic loans and youth entrepreneurship loans reached 765 entries with an amount of NT$ 680,000,000. The data suggested that quite a few indigenous people successfully gained the capital needed for entrepreneurship or operating turnover.

The Council of Indigenous Peoples stated that 35 financial counselors employed throughout the country were responsible for handling the financial counseling for indigenous peoples to reduce the possibility of missing the loan lending opportunity due to unfamiliarity with banking procedures. Indigenous people are welcomed to contact at the financial service line to ask for more information: [0800-508-188].

Contact: Sha, Yun-Wen (02) 8995-3245