More than £27m in สล็อต เครดิตฟรี ไม่ต้องฝากก่อน ไม่ต้องแชร์ ยืนยันเบอร์โทรศัพท์ Covid-19 grant support has been paid to large-scale businesses in Northern Ireland.
New figures from the Department of Finance show that grants were paid out to more than 500 businesses.
The money is aimed at larger firms across a range of sectors with a rateable value of over £51,000.
These companies were too big to qualify for the £10,000 and £25,000 grant schemes established during the first lockdown.
The money was part of Stormont's underspend, which was at risk of being handed back to the Treasury.
'Vital to the economy'
Finance Minister Conor Murphy said businesses, including retail stores, engineering companies, caravan parks and garden centres, were set to benefit from the scheme.
"These larger businesses are a vital part of our economy, employing many people locally," he said.
One business that received grant support is the Exact Group, a precision engineering firm in Bessbrook.
It makes aircraft parts for the aerospace industry, which has been devastated by the pandemic.
"For example, if we were doing 1,000 of any product 18 months ago, that could be 100 now or it could be even less, but we still need to hold on to our key staff to make sure the quality is correct," said general manager Ronan Callan.