BISMARCK, North Dakota — A fund designed to help North Dakota businesses access capital is allowing a bigger credit line for companies.
The fund was created in 1991 within the North Dakota Department of Commerce. The agency says the funding limits have been increased from $300,000 to $1 million.
The agency says since the fund was started, $103 million has been invested in 555 companies.
The agency says more than $33 million has been invested in rural communities.