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Liberian businessman appeals to President Weah

The CEO of Symmetrix Management Holding Incorporated appeals to President George Manneh Weah to provide incentives for Liberian-owned businesses in the country.

Mr. P. Sonie Flomo says the outbreak of COVID-19 has affected several Liberian businesses financially, noting that empowering small businesses will go a long way in strengthening Liberian entrepreneurship.

Speaking over the weekend when the Symmetrix Management Holding Incorporated was honored as ‘Good, Reliable and Productive Multi-Purpose Business Company’ by the Society for the Promotion of Peace, National Reconciliation, and Reunification, Mr. Flomo stressed that for Liberian businesses to grow in the post-COVID-19 era will require financial empowerment from the government.

He says empowering Liberian businesses will also help to transform the economy that it is critical for Liberian entrepreneurship to be developed.

According to him, Symmetrix company provides consultancy for accounting, management, and travel processes of individuals and companies across the country.

However, Mr. Flomo notes that more Liberian businesses are striving despite current economic constraints confronting the nation.https://thenewdawnliberia.com/finance-minister-promises-liberian-owned-businesses/ Editing by Jonathan Browne

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