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investment grant

noun [C]
 
 
GOVERNMENT
an amount of money given to a company by the government so that it can buy buildings, equipment, etc. This is usually done to improve the economic situation in a particular area of a country: Investment grants are available to support the development of sustainable businesses in rural areas.
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