U.S. poised to keep 1705 Loan Guarantee; ITC grant future less certain

Late last week, a White House memo leaked, the goal of which was to suggest ways to address widespread criticism of the U.S. Treasury Department's Section 1705 Loan Guarantee Program. The memo quickly generated a frenzy in the U.S. press for suggesting that the entire $2.5 billion program would be s...

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