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|Thursday, September 23, 2010|
Oregon bankers say that loan demand by businesses is down by half because of uncertainty in the economy and fear of debt.
The bankers also say that many businesses don't qualify for loans under tougher lending standards necessitated by the financial crisis.
Read more at OregonLive.com.
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