Inclusive finance policies are aimed at providing financial support to the most vulnerable and marginalized groups to help them gain new opportunities and get back on their feet, thereby creating a virtuous cycle between financial inclusion and economic growth. A variety of government-sponsored microloan products are available for low-income individuals and those with unfavorable credit records. In addition, debt adjustment programs are available for delinquent debtors, offering an extended payment period, amortization, interest rate reduction and debt reduction. Consumer protection is a key area of inclusive finance policies. In this regard, the new legislation on financial consumer protection passed at the National Assembly in March 2020 aims to protect consumers from misselling and other unfair sales practices of financial companies while strengthening consumer rights and empowering consumers to make informed decisions about their investment and asset management.