The $1.73 trillion budget that President Clinton unveiled Monday would boost government-guaranteed lending but kill several tax provisions favorable to banks.

Under the proposal, the loans that the Small Business Administration could support would increase nearly 20%, and the Federal Housing Administration's loan limit would rise to parity with that in the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac programs.

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