Jackson pleased with Citigroup loan pledge

Browne, J. Zamgba
May 1998
New York Amsterdam News;05/14/98, Vol. 89 Issue 20, p4
Cites the views of Reverend Jesse Jackson on the pledge of Citigroup company to make loans and investments more accessible to residents and businesses in low- and moderate income neighborhoods in New York. Information on Citigroup; Comments made by Jackson; Benefits of the pledge; Value of the loans and investment which will be accessible.


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