2020.3.31 covid-19 corporate donation roundup

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2020.3.31 covid-19 corporate donation roundup

*Listed in alphabetical order

Emart24

Emart24 is supporting the opening of five convenience stores, which will be located in Seoul, Busan, Daegu and North Jeolla. They will be operated by the families of firefighters. The company will provide support for maintenance costs and rent so that the shops are profitable.



Incheon International Airport

Incheon International Airport Corporation will lend 1 billion won ($816,500) to small enterprises. Each business will receive 5 million won in zero-interest funds. Repayment will be delayed for six months. Applications are being taken on the Social Solidarity Bank website from today.



LG Group

LG Group will donate coronavirus diagnostic kits to the Indonesian government, the group announced Tuesday. LG Electronics, LG Chem, LG Innotek and LG International are jointly supporting the effort, which will bring 50,000 coronavirus tests to the Southeast Asian country.

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