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|Series||An economic research service report, Agricultural economic report ;, 749|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.|
|LC Classifications||HG2051.U5 C69 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||97192557|
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Credit in Rural America. cannot be achieved in the system in existence on the date of enactment of this Act, and the possible effects on the viability of the Farm Credit System of granting banks access to Farm Credit System funds. For a number of reasons, this study is unable to.
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credit for rural women and addresses the question of the need for targeted credit for the poor. It is hoped that this paper makes a contribution towards the rapidly evolving debate on financial services to the poor. The author is a distinguished Sri-lankan Scholar and University Professor.
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Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. #5: Rural America is the ‘real’ America All of this builds up to what may be the most pernicious myth — that life in rural America is more authentic, more American than life anywhere else.
Types of Rural Credit The rural credit is divided into three types of credit. Short Term Loan/Credit-A short term loan is one kind of rural credit that is taken to hold a brief private or business capital is that type of credit, that requires a borrowed principal amount and interest percentage to be repaid at a given date, the course of which may be maximum up to one year.
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Farmers need credit to increase productivity and efficiency. They rely on loans to pay for operational expenses such as seeds, fertilizer and equipment, as well as to buy or refinance land. Unfortunately, rural Americans are finding it increasingly more difficult to acquire credit for real estate and agricultural loans due to a decline in net.
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This, in turn, can lead to economic stagnation and the. Pursuant to legislative requirement, GAO reviewed credit availability in rural America, focusing on: (1) the availability of credit for agricultural production, rural business development, and rural infrastructure development; and (2) lending institutions' investments in their found that: (1) in general, agricultural production credit was available for creditworthy borrowers.
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