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Agricultural cooperative credit movement (PACS) - a case study


, : Agricultural cooperative credit movement (PACS) - a case study. Indian Cooperative Review 27(3): 312-320

The cooperative movement in Palashi village of Bankura District, West Bengal, is examined for growth in membership, number of borrowers as well as defaulters, the magnitude of and per capita loan disbursement. The main source of data is the primary agricultural credit society (PACS) of Palashi which was assessed for the growing importance of the village's cooperative movement.

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