Economists: Tight credit for small businesses might cripple recovery

The contracting availability of bank loans for small businesses might stop the U.S. recovery, economists said. While big corporations have access to the bond market, smaller companies get most of their credit from banks. Total lending by U.S. banks dropped 7.4% last year, the severest decline since 1942.

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