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More will. The bank plans to regularly meet with small businesses owners to help them maximize their efficiency and profits.
The Smile Micro Credit Bank was established on Dec. 17, 2009, and already has more than 1,500 consulting clients. One hundred seventy-one million won ($151,000) has been donated to support 27 cases as of early February. This year, it will open branches in Gwangju and Masan.
The Seodaemun Social Welfare Institute in the Seodaemun District Chonyon-dong received aid under the “Woori Loves Nanumteo” program, the bank’s social-welfare partnership to support local communities.
The bank has also dedicated 300 million won to 30 welfare centers and dedicated volunteer hours to the project.
“We think our contributions will contribute to a happy society,” bank deputy president Lee Soon-woo said at a signboard-hanging ceremony at the Seodaemun welfare center, one of the bank’s partners.
By Lee Ji-hyun [email@example.com]
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