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SARKER Sandip; GHOSH Sujan Kumar; PALIT Mollika;
  • Journal: Studies in Business and Economics,volume 10,issue 2 August,pages145-159
  • Subject: banking, inclusive finance, growth, Bangladesh

The study attempts to identify the relationship between the banking sector’s financing in agriculture and total agricultural output at national level. To assist the study, a simple linear regression model has been developed. The results suggest that there is a strong co... View more
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