DETROIT – Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the U. S. government continues to work at unlocking credit to small businesses, including lower-tier suppliers critical to keeping parts flowing to auto makers. "Lenders must do all they can to meet the legitimate needs of credit-worthy borrowers," he tells attendees at a conference here on addressing the financial needs of small and medium-size businesses. But while the government provided stimulus to big suppliers through the auto ...

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