New development fund would target urban areas

Lane, Amy
June 2000
Crain's Detroit Business;06/12/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 24, p7
Reports on the emergence of an economic development fund targeting urban communities in Michigan. Plan by the Michigan Economic Development Corp. to provide grants and loans to urban communities; Replacement of the state's financial source from the Michigan Strategic Fund; Eligibility of communities under the financing scheme.


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