SBA Seeks to Boost Small-Dollar Loans With New Push

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The U.S. Small Business Administration is looking to increase the number of small-dollar loans in underserved communities with its 'More Doors, More Dollars' push. Among its efforts is a strategy to reach out to faith-based organizations, microlenders and community-development financial institutions, opening its SBA programs to qualified lenders with counseling operations.

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