Tarp Funds for Housing Unspent

July 2012
American Banker;7/26/2012, Vol. 177 Issue 115, p2
Trade Publication
The article states only 10 percent of the $46 billion allocated for homeowners under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (Tarp) has been spent, according to a report from the Special Inspector General for Tarp which criticized the Treasury Department.


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