Rutgers Business School report finds racial discrimination in small business lending

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Saturday, November 18, 2017
Newark, NJ

Newark Patch

A new report unveiled by Rutgers Business School reports that minority-owned businesses seeking small business loans are treated differently than their white counterparts, despite having identical qualifications on paper. The organization released its study Friday, titled "Shaping Small Business Lending Policy Through Matched Paired Mystery Shopping". The study examines the gap between marketplace policy protections and the reality of the vast majority of small business entrepreneurs.

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