Interaction with banker is simply a matter of knowing your stuff

Renner, Gary
January 2001
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;1/15/2001, Issue 322721, p15
Focuses on businesses' renewal of bank lines of credit in the United States. Request for additional borrowings; Interaction of companies with banks.


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