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Bank Finance for Agribusiness in a Dynamic Setting

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  • JKSHIM, Nitte, India
  • JKSHIM, India

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  • Until 1997, there was undivided Dakshina Kannada consisting of both Udupi and present Dakshina Kannada. There were eight districts viz., Bantwal, Belthangadi, Karkala, Kundapur, Mangalore, Puttur, Sulya and Udupi. In August 1997 Udupi district was formed which now consists of Karkala, Kundapur and Udupi Taluks.
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  • Bank finance to agri business consists of direct credit and indirect credit. The present study concentrates on indirect credit to agriculture as this is provided to agro based industries.

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