Roles of the Banking Sector in Indian Agriculture -A Paradigm Shift
AbstractA changing environment and government policies are forcing banks to lend more to the agricultural sector. Both private and public banks are now involving themselves in a lot of agri-based lending activities.Besides financing traditional activities, banks are also involved in training and setting up consultancies, agri clinics, the export and marketing of agricultural produce, etc. The tie up of HDFC with NAFED and SBI with Cargill India will see a new revolution in the agricultural sector in India.
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Date of creation: 18 May 2005
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