Offtake in metros lifts credit growth in H1FY22
Business Standard|November 27, 2021
Credit in metros grew 4.6% in 12 months to Sept, from 1.7% in FY21
ABHIJIT LELE

The rise in credit growth during the current financial year (FY22) has been led by a gradual revival in lending by banks in metropolitan centres, signalling a broad-based economic recovery, said the Reserve Bank of India on Friday.

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