Google has disclosed $75m in financing commitments to equity and debt initiatives in areas including Europe and Latin America.
Google, the internet technology provider owned by US-listed holding company Alphabet, is partnering organisations in three continents to provide $75m for small and medium-sized companies. The funding will make up part of an $800m initiative announced in March 2020 and will include a $25m commitment to two vehicles for European Investment Fund (EIF) – part…
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