WASHINGTON Two industry associations hailed President Barack Obama's proposal to aid small businesses as an important initiative to help get the ailing economy back on track. Officials of the National Restaurant Association and the International Franchise Association both applauded the administration's push to make it easier for small-business owners to borrow money.The president announced on Monday that the government planned to kick-start the frozen credit markets by acquiring $15 ...
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