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Net bank credit growth in April-July defies investment slump; fresh credit breaks 8-year-old record

03 September, 2013

The net addition to outstanding bank credit in the first four months of the current fiscal year shot up, defying the general investment slump and economic slowdown besetting the ec ....

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Net bank credit growth in April-July defies investment slump; fresh credit breaks 8-year-old record

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