China residents or non-resident property or business owners needing a bridge loan to help start or expand a business in China may apply to borrow between $5,000 and $25,000 from the TIF revolving loan fund. After months of discussing a revolving loan fund, TIF Committee members agreed on July 1 to “put it live.” Information and application forms will soon be available on the Town of China website.
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