Concluding Remarks and Policy Implications
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This study examines accessibility and usage of banking services primarily by the economically weaker sections of the society who are self employed in urban regions, and hence in regular need of loan finance.
KeywordsBanking Sector Urban Region Banking Service Financial Inclusion Bank Branch
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