Google to Pay Loan Indian Businessmen


Small and medium enterprises in Corona face the most losses. Google will lend to small businesses in India to offset this loss.


According to a recent report from Google, Google has agreed to lend to millions of small businesses in India through the Google Pay app.


According to Google, the decision was made after talking to various financial institutions.


The business app was launched in 2019. Since then, 3 million Indian businessmen have registered in the business app.


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