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Agricultural credit and finance in Nigeria

problems and prospects : proceedings of a seminar

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        PublishersThe Bank
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        LC Classifications1981
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        Paginationxvi, 58 p. :
        Number of Pages80
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        ISBN 10978229201X
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Commercial Agriculture Credit Scheme

H04: Interest rate has no significant effect on the Nigerian agricultural production. Hence, there will be adjustment in the real interest rate to the equilibrium level and the elimination of projects with low yields. Organised by Central Bank of Nigeria, 27-30 April, 403.

Adekanye 1986 noted that in making credit available to the productive sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, real estate or housing etc, banks render a great deal of service as production will be increased, capital investment expended and higher standard of living realized. 2 Statement of the Problems 1. Under this theory, the consideration is central on the part played by government intervention in the financial markets as a critical setback to growth, investment and savings mobilization.

The reality is that the average annual crop growth rate in the world fell from 2. According to McKinnon and Shaw [, ], the central position is that credit allocation should be determined by the free market and financial markets should also be liberalized.

The Effect of Commercial Banks’ Credit on Agricultural Production in Nigeria

Udah and Obafemi 2011 undertook an empirical investigation of the financial sector reforms effect on the Nigerian manufacturing and agricultural sectors by employing annual time series data between 1980 and 2007.

Private investors According to National Bureau of Statistics, Agricultural sector received 1. It provides guarantee in form of Credit Risk Guarantee CRG as a comfort for the Banks to lend and also incentivize the farmers through provision of Interest Drawback Program IDP to be paid quarterly based on the agricultural project. The study strongly recommends government creation and maintenance of a financial infrastructure that supports agricultural credit financing.