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GOOD NEWS FOR SMALL BUSINESS, EARLY FIRST-QUARTER FIGURES SHOW

 GOOD NEWS FOR SMALL BUSINESS, EARLY FIRST-QUARTER FIGURES SHOW
 WHAT: Small-Business Quarterly Economic Report
 -- (Survey of 2,000 firms - now in 18th year)
 WHO: National Federation of Independent Business
 -- Nation's largest small-business organization
 -- 500,000-plus member firms in all 50 states
 WHEN: For Release Monday, May 18
 -- Advance copies available
 FEATURING: -- Small-Business Optimism Index
 -- Employment
 -- Credit
 -- Inflation
 -- Inventories
 -- Capital spending
 CONTACT: Terry Hill or Angela Jones of the National Federation of Independent Business, 202-554-9000.
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CO: National Federation of Independent Business ST: District of Columbia IN: SU:

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