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This allows a banker to demand full payment of a loan ahead of schedule if you fail to make payments or specific business performance goals. As a rule, most borrowers would prefer a non-callable loan. In recent years, less than a third of the value of small commercial loans have included a call provision, but foreign-based banks are almost twice as likely to insist on one.

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