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Agricultural credit standards tighten

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Agricultural borrowers are increasingly concerned about access to credit. Amid economic weakness and a financial crisis, commercial banks have tightened credit standards for various types of loans. While agricultural borrowers may be concerned about credit availability, agricultural lenders are equally concerned about the creditworthiness of agricultural borrowers as the farm economy weakens.

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  • Jason Henderson, 2009. "Agricultural credit standards tighten," Main Street Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, issue 1.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedkms:y:2009:n:1
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