Nadeau, Douglas A.
April 1972
Business Lawyer;Apr72, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p665
Academic Journal
Discusses the minority enterprises small business investment companies in the United States. Application of laws and regulations to investment companies; Participation of lending institutions in loans to business; Avoidance of federal income taxes.


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