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Financing of agriculture by commercial banks

Seminar on Financing of Agriculture by Commercial Banks Bombay 1968.

Financing of agriculture by commercial banks

report of a seminar held on December 6 to 8, 1968.

by Seminar on Financing of Agriculture by Commercial Banks Bombay 1968.

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Published by Reserve Bank of India; [copies can be had from Administrative Officer, Economic Dept., Reserve Bank of India in Bombay] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Agricultural credit -- India -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[Editorial committee: V. G. Pendharkar, V. M. Jakhade, and A. Raman.
      ContributionsPendharkar, V. G., ed., Jakhade, V. M., ed., Raman, A., ed., Reserve Bank of India.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG2051.I4 S43 1968a
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 352 p.
      Number of Pages352
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5031749M
      LC Control Number73900866

      As commercial banks are not present in remote locations of India, where agriculture is supposed to thrive, it becomes an important limitation as the rural population has a strong dependence on it. Co-operative banks which have been set up previously were also doomed to .   The sharp reduction in the volume of new farm loans at commercial banks occurred during a prolonged decline in farm revenue. In , prices for most agricultural commodities continued to fall, building on the declines of previous years, with soybeans being a notable exception (Chart 2).

      Till 14 major commercial banks were nationalized in , cooperative banks were the main institutional agencies providing finance to agriculture. After nationalization, it was made mandatory for these banks to provide finance to agriculture as a priority sector. These banks undertook special programs of branchFile Size: KB. Commercial banks are an important part of a modern economy. Such a bank is a financial institution that is authorized by law to receive money from businesses and individuals and lend money to them.

      This booklet provides background on lease financing activities and addresses how banks can legally and prudently lease financing transactions for commercial and consumer purposes. Applicability. This booklet applies to the OCC's supervision of national banks and federal savings associations.   Public banks are different from private banks, and more likely to serve the long-term public interest, investing in sectors and locations that private commercial banks are more likely to ignore. Unlike other kinds of state-owned financial institutions, such as state-owned commercial banks or insurance companies, public development banks (PDBs.


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