Sept. 11 groups run out of business

Fickenscher, Lisa
February 2003
Crain's New York Business;2/3/2003, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p25
Reports on the ending of various federal aid programs and the disaster loan program offered by the Small Business Administration, for small businesses destroyed in the September 11, 2002 Terrorist Attacks. Formation of a group called World Trade Center Association by small businesses to demand federal aid; Other groups raising funds for small businesses; Business relocation plans of the groups.


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