April 2008
Inside Tucson Business;4/21/2008 From Beginners to Bigshot, Vol. 17, p22
The article presents the loan programs offered by the Small Business Administration (SBA) in the U.S. It includes the 7(A) loans, which helps small businesses that might not be eligible for loans through normal lending channels, international trade loans for small businesses that will start and expand exporting activity or have been affected by imports and disaster assistance loans for businesses that have suffered economic injury from a declared disaster.


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