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New Hampshire / Economy / Peer Lending #140729

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 18, 1992
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Center Ossippee, New Hampshire: Kathleen deLaski) Use in economically devastated central New Hampshire of the concept of peer lending featured, in which financial advisers help business people get group loans and set up business plans; scenes shown from Center Ossippee, New Hampshire. [Meredith Village Savings Bank Jim SUTHERLAND - comments on loans.] [Borrowing group's Karen THURBER, Steve HOLTZMAN, Ronni ROGERS - talk about their businesses.] [Working Capital's Jeffrey ASH - comments.] Borrowing of peer lending idea from developing countries noted.

Simpson, Carole;
deLaski, Kathleen

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