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A Review of Trends in Banking Indicators in North Eastern Region of India

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  • Amarendra Sahoo
  • Khundrakpam J K

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The rapid growth in banking indicators in the North Eastern region of India following nationalisation of 14 major banks in 1969 and another six in 1980 based on social banking was sustained or not are reviewed. [RBI Occassional Papers vol. 27, No.3, Winter 2006].

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  • Amarendra Sahoo & Khundrakpam J K, 2007. "A Review of Trends in Banking Indicators in North Eastern Region of India," Working Papers id:1253, eSocialSciences.
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