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Minority Women-Owned Small Businesses Encouraged to Work with Government

World Journal, Posted: Apr 29, 2009

NEW YORK Asian Women in Business (AWIB) and the office of New York City council member John Liu
held a training workshop for minority businesswomen to attain government authentication so they will be able to snag government orders in these economically hard times.

The World Journal reports that more than 60 percent of New York City residents are minorities, but only a few minority-owned business are government authenticated. By law, all New York city government orders under $5,000 must go to minority women-owned businesses which are authenticated by the city government.


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