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February 8th, 2010

Credit Freeze Will Thaw in 2010

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Others will find banks eager to lend: Government contractors, for example, and high-tech firms, especially those in nanotechnology and green energy work. With more companies outsourcing back office functions to save money, any firm that provides business services in IT, Web design or accounting has a leg up. Professionals, such as doctors with steady billings, also will find ready lenders. "Those companies that are hitting the right targets are now saying, ‘we need money,'" says Marilyn Landis, president of Basic Business Concepts.

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