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Businesses cheer Flaherty’s vow of $200B in financing

Business groups applauded measures in the proposed federal budget to increase access to credit and cut taxes. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty pledged to make up to $200 billion in liquidity and financing available to Canadian businesses through a variety of government measures.

Business groups applauded measures in the proposed federal budget to increase access to credit and cut taxes. Finance Minister Jim Flaherty pledged to make up to $200 billion in liquidity and financing available to Canadian businesses through a variety of government measures.

Under the plan, Ottawa would provide businesses with access to additional financing of $13 billion through financial Crown corporations.

Agencies such as the Export Development Corporation and the Business Development Bank of Canada would have greater lending powers. A portion of the funds, about $5 billion, will be provided through the new Business Credit Availability Program.

 
 
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