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30489
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Current interest rates are at their lowest level in five years, and with the anticipation of further reductions, North Carolina homeowners are exchanging their high rate mortgage for a new lower rate. The payback method and the net present value method are two approaches used to determine if refinancing is feasible.
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30491
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The year 1985 saw renewed strength in the manufacturing sector of Wilmington, North Carolina. Recent announcements of new and expanded manufacturing facilities in the area are indicative of this rebound, and predictions suggest that further growth in the area manufacturing activity can be expected over 1986.
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Carolina Coast Business Review (NoCar HF 5001 C38x), Vol. 4 Issue 1, Jan 1986, p10-13, il
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30490
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The small business corporation is often faced with the problem of raising new capital for the expansion of business operations. This article provides the operators of small North Carolina corporations with information concerning securities regulation relating to the issuance of new securities.
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