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Rather than seek financing from banks and credit unions, women and minorities are more likely to turn to their own savings to start or grow their businesses.

According to a new report from the SBA Office of Advocacy, in the current financial climate, new high-tech businesses rely more than other firms on outside loans and investments, while non-technology businesses owned by African Americans, Latinos and women simply operate on less capital.

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