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Newtown Medical Manufacturing Firm Benefitting from Part of £2.5million Approved to Help Welsh Businesses Cope with Brexit Challenges

Almost £2.5million has been approved to help Welsh businesses adjust to the challenges of Brexit since the Welsh Government’s Brexit Business Resilience Programme was launched last year, Economy Minister Ken Skates has announced.

A total of 51 eligible businesses have been approved for funding of between £10,000 and £100,000 as part of the Brexit Business Resilience Grant Fund, so they can invest in overcoming immediate challenges related to Brexit.

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