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Business people for June. 27

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City gets extension on wastewater loans

Petaluma has received an extension on the repayment of bank loans it took out to build the Ellis Creek wastewater facility. Excerpt from: City gets extension on wastewater loans
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Area companies receive SBA loans from federal stimulus legislation

CHAMPAIGN Sixteen area companies received Small Business Administration loans in 2009 that were enhanced by the federal economic stimulus bill. The biggest loan to a company listed in the Champaign County Regional Planning Commission’s report on local economic stimulus spending was $2,165,000 to Village Market, which operates the newly expanded Mahomet IGA. read more Original post: Area companies...
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Delinquent loans hurting local banks

The economy is slowly recovering, but several locally chartered banks are still struggling to regain their footing after a downturn that left them with piles of loans gone bad. According to the latest ratings from BauerFinancial, a widely watched service that tracks the industry, six banks in the region received two or fewer stars. A five-star See the rest here: Delinquent loans hurting local banks
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Tehran, Baku call for expansion of economic ties

BAKU, June 26 (MNA) — Irans Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Seyyed Shamseddin Hosseini held economic talks with Azeri Economic Development Minister Shahin Mustafaov on Friday, calling for enhanced ties in banking and insurance sectors. See more here: Tehran, Baku call for expansion of economic ties
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Tehran offers solutions to global crisis at IDB meeting

BAKU, June 26 (MNA) The Iranian minister of economic affairs and finance said the Islamic economic system is a paradigm to base international business on and offered solutions to the global crisis by restructuring the financial order. Read the original here: Tehran offers solutions to global crisis at IDB meeting
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