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Four directions: Native American lending in Maine

John A. Moore

Communities and Banking, 2009, issue Sum, 29-31

Abstract: Four Directions, a community development financial institution established by Maine?s four Native American tribes, is overcoming many traditional barriers to lending on tribal land.

Keywords: Community development - Maine; Financial institutions - Maine; American Indian; Loans - Maine (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009
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