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Credit cooperation in agrarian sector

Financy ( 4): 58-59

Credit cooperation in agrarian sector

The purposes and activities of rural credit cooperatives (RCC) are considered. In Russia the need to evolve RCC is currently caused by the limited resources of the state crediting system and expensive commercial credit. The main sources of financial RCC resources are internal funds of enterprises, the soft crediting fund in agribusiness, and prepayments on products.

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