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Businesses have six more months to repay COVID loans

Businesses that have taken on government-backed bounce loans can delay the start of their repayments for an additional six months. The loan program was announced in April of last year and allowed small businesses to claim up to 25 percent of their turnover, up to a maximum of £ 50,000. …

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South Africa’s Climate Commitment Project Offers Faster Emissions Reductions, But Targets Large Increase in Annual Climate Finance to $ 8 Billion

South Africa’s updated Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) project unveiled by Forestry, Fisheries and Environment Minister Barbara Creecy on March 30 offers more emission reductions rapid, but also underscores the need for a radical shift in international climate finance to support the country’s transition to a low-carbon economy. Direct consultations will …

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The return of mortgages to 95%

After an interruption during the pandemic, mortgages for buyers with a 5% down payment are making a comeback. Greg Cunnington of Alexander Hall explains how you can get any of these offers and what boxes you need to tick to be eligible In last month’s budget, the government confirmed a …

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