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August 6, 1995
In a visit to South Gate recently, state Treasurer Matt Fong introduced a state program that helps fledgling companies obtain small-business loans. Citing a garment manufacturing firm in Vernon that received $500,000 from the year-old California Capital Access Program, Fong said money from the program can be used to finance the acquisition of land, construction or renovation of buildings, the purchase of equipment and other capital projects. The maximum loan amount is $2.5 million.
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BUSINESS
May 20, 1998 | JUAN HOVEY
Like the federal government, California sponsors a number of programs designed to help small and middle-market businesses, including one that can prove a good source of cheap expansion capital. The program in question is California's small-issue industrial development bond program, through which you can finance up to $10 million in new plant construction and equipment purchases.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1994 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kathleen Brown put on two hats Friday, as the state's treasurer and as a Democratic candidate for governor, to start a government program for small businesses that helps fulfill her campaign pledge to create 1 million new jobs. The goal of the California Capital Access Program is partly to help fledgling companies by making small-business loans easier to obtain.
NEWS
August 6, 1995
In a visit to South Gate recently, state Treasurer Matt Fong introduced a state program that helps fledgling companies obtain small-business loans. Citing a garment manufacturing firm in Vernon that received $500,000 from the year-old California Capital Access Program, Fong said money from the program can be used to finance the acquisition of land, construction or renovation of buildings, the purchase of equipment and other capital projects. The maximum loan amount is $2.5 million.
BUSINESS
August 11, 1992 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like many small businesses, Brownie's Suede & Leather Cleaners found itself in the throes of a knotty Catch-22: It could go broke buying new anti-pollution equipment or eventually face fines for ignoring tougher environmental laws. But the family-owned Brownie's was saved from either catastrophe Monday when it became the first small business in the nation to receive a low-interest loan to buy anti-pollution equipment.
BUSINESS
May 20, 1998 | JUAN HOVEY
Like the federal government, California sponsors a number of programs designed to help small and middle-market businesses, including one that can prove a good source of cheap expansion capital. The program in question is California's small-issue industrial development bond program, through which you can finance up to $10 million in new plant construction and equipment purchases.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 1994 | DAVE LESHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kathleen Brown put on two hats Friday, as the state's treasurer and as a Democratic candidate for governor, to start a government program for small businesses that helps fulfill her campaign pledge to create 1 million new jobs. The goal of the California Capital Access Program is partly to help fledgling companies by making small-business loans easier to obtain.
BUSINESS
August 11, 1992 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Like many small businesses, Brownie's Suede & Leather Cleaners found itself in the throes of a knotty Catch-22: It could go broke buying new anti-pollution equipment or eventually face fines for ignoring tougher environmental laws. But the family-owned Brownie's was saved from either catastrophe Monday when it became the first small business in the nation to receive a low-interest loan to buy anti-pollution equipment.
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