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3.0 CAPITAL SPENDING The capital spending for our business is estimated to be RM300,000 which include start-up costs, monthly rent and other costs. Five of us will contribute RM30,000 each and another RM150,000 we get long-term loan from Bank. We also bringing in two private lorries as an asset into the business. Our company also expected to sale 200 units of beds per month. The cost for one single bed and king size bed are RM600 and RM1100 respectively. The capital is spent are as follows: The source of capital: RM Loan from bank 150,000 Partners: Yeap Jia Hong AlHaziq Aqilah Najwa Idayu 30,000 130,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 TOTAL 400,000 Start-up assets: ITEMS RM 2 private lorries Showroom supplies 2,200 Machinery and tools
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