Since March 2010, Ohio's credit unions have boasted a $23.7 million gain in member business loans.

According to the Ohio Credit Union League's Quarterly Performance Summary, the 20% increase occurred between March 2010 and March of this year.

The league said small business lending is becoming an increasingly important part of a credit union's suite of products. During the first quarter, Ohio credit unions originated $28.4 million in business loans, up from the $23.7 million reported during the first quarter of 2010.

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