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The Kagawa Fund is a revolving loan fund that helps student housing cooperatives purchase and repair housing.
Over the past 33 years, he has helped thousands of cooperatives obtain financing to succeed in business.
These traditional cooperatives are considered a high-profile partnership in human community as well as in Iranian society, though it is called differently among different cultures.
William Andrew, president and CEO of Delaware Electric Cooperative, was elected as vice-chairman; and Kent Farmer, president and CEO of Rappahannock Electric Cooperative was elected secretary/treasurer.
However, one normal method for cooperatives to raise capital is a "base capital plan" In such an arrangement, members keep their capital accounts in line with their patronage.
For cooperatives elsewhere in the period, see, for example, Klein, For All These Rights, Chap.
Most of the traditional cooperatives were formed because a party envisioned a more effective collaborative effort and was able to engender sufficient interactivity to initiate the program.
Other large regional co-ops, such as CHS Cooperatives and Land O' Lakes, are likely to fill gaps in the cooperative network, perhaps through expanded participation in the numerous joint ventures they already have with Farmland, Barton adds.
Cooperatives could pay more for teachers with advanced degrees than colleges and universities now pay their adjunct faculty.
In the late 1950s, public libraries began to incorporate into "systems" or cooperatives.
PNGC Power is a Portland-based electric power services cooperative owned by 15 Northwest electric distribution cooperative utilities with service territory in seven western states (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Nevada and Wyoming).
Hoyt was elected to the board of the National Cooperative Bank in 1982 and in 1985 she joined the University of Wisconsin (UW) at Madison's Department of Consumer Science and the UW Center for Cooperatives.

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