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Bharat Book Bureau | Friday 3 August 2012 ( 0 Comment)

The rural credit market appears to be confronted with a paradox. The informal sources of finance, be they local money lenders, landlords, traders, etc. charge more than 20% rate of interest, often keep land as collateral against loan, and still have a very high recovery rate. On the other hand, rural financial institutions (RFIs) charge almost half of this interest rate, do not take land as collateral for most of the crop loans, and still face high defaults. Therefore, it is queer to find out what stands in the way of fast mobilization of formal credit in the rural areas. Several Committees and Task Forces have identified major inhibiting factors to be increasing incidence of overdues or non-performing assets (NPAs) in the rural credit system, high transaction costs, regulated interest rates, inability of the financial institutions to cater to the changing demands of the agricultural sector, inherent limitations of the RFIs in inequitable distribution of loans and limited reach. The net outcome is that while informal finance still holds a prominent place in rural finance, the RFIs, especially, cooperatives are heading towards a state of financialunsustainabilit
It is, thus, recommended that the RFIs should be strengthened so as to accelerate the flow of credit to meet the credit demands of the agricultural sector and enhance overall development of the rural economy. Business Credit Report

In this context, several research questions can be raised. First, what are the loan recovery rates of RFIs and the resultant NPAs or overdues over a period of time? Second, since not all overdues are bad debts, what is the magnitude of bad debts or defaults in Indian agriculture that is likely to be written off? Third, what policy and institutional measures have been taken to reduce the incidence of bad debts in RFIs, particularly after the financial reforms in 1991 were set in? Finally, how and in what ways RFIs can be revitalized? 
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