August 2003

Community Investments - Volume 15, Issue 2

Articles on new markets tax credits, investment instruments, and business incubators.

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CI Notebook
John Olson
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New Markets Tax Credits Hit the Community
Scott Turner
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Making the New Markets Tax Credit Count
Robert Rapoza
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The Story of Phoenix’s NMTC Allocation
Roberto Franco
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Sounding Off About Investment Instruments
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Variable Rate Municipal Securities
Barbara VanScoy
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Ginnie Mae Project Loans Maintain Affordability
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The Future of Community Development Investments
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Incubated Businesses Thrive
Bruce Ito
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The Role of Incubators in Cultivating Small Business
Linda Knopp
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Public/Private Incubator Produces Redevelopment
Judi Dohn
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Getting Off the Ground in San Francisco
Sharon Miller
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Cooking Up Business Aloha Style
Dr. Tin Myaing Thein
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