To help build self-reliance make the country’s low-income group, Pakistan on Wednesday launched an interest-free loan programme worth 407 billion rupees ($2.3 billion), Dawn reported.
Imran Khan, the country’s prime minister, said the programme would help up to 4.5 million families set up small businesses, construct homes, start farming and acquire technical education.
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