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Strategy and mechanism for poverty alleviation and job creation through rural industrialisation State Bank of India - experience and approach



Strategy and mechanism for poverty alleviation and job creation through rural industrialisation State Bank of India - experience and approach



State Bank of India Monthly Review 35(9): 443-453



A brief introduction notes the importance of poverty alleviation strategies given India's rapid population explosion and improvements in agricultural technology.

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