Is the CARD Act Hampering Small Business Borrowing?Scott Shane
In 2011, the number of small loans ($1 million or less) to businesses dropped 4.7 percent from the year before, the Small Business Administration recently reported (pdf). The number of loans is now down to about three-quarters of its 2008 peak. Why has the number continued to drop since the end of the Great Recession?
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