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They don’t just have a harder time getting initial funding. They also get less of it.
The property damage in recent protests is on a much lower scale than in past protests.
The loans will be bigger than those from the Paycheck Protection Program — and they can't be forgiven.
Chinese workers complain that shortened hours or being told to resign are layoffs by another name.
Laurie Stewart, CEO of Seattle-based Sound Community Bank, says the bank has made more than 700 loans through the program.