Commercial bank lending to agriculture: a comparison of rural independent banks and holding company subsidiaries
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- Belongia, Michael T. & Gilbert, R. Alton, 1986. "Commercial Bank Lending To Agriculture: A Comparison Of Rural Independent Bank And Holding Company Subsidiaries," Proceedings:1986 Regional Committee NC-161, October 7-8, 1986, St. Paul, Minnesota 127208, Regional Research Committee NC-1014: Agricultural and Rural Finance Markets in Transition.
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KeywordsAgricultural credit ; Bank holding companies;
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