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Many Lives of Inter-Corporatt Finance

the mythical Silent Majority. Vice-president Agnew has called tin protesting youths 'effete snobs' and 'rotten apples' who should be separated from society. There has also been a sustained campaign against the Press, As a result of the administration's criticism (and veiled hints of adverse action on license renewal applications, etc), the television networks have dropped the traditional analyses of Presidential speeches right after they are delivered. Newspaper reporters have been BUSINESS Showing Pins FOR State Bank 1969 was a successful year, though growth of deposits and advances was lower than in 1968. Deposits in India expanded by Rs 133 erodes (Rs 141 crores in 1968) to Rs 1,030 crores. Deposit growth rate was 14.8 per cent against the average of 15.2 per cent recorded by the banking system. Outstanding advances increased by Rs 62 crores (Rs 147 crores in 1968) to Rs 790 crores. The rate of growth was 8.5 per cent against 25 per cent in 1968, Figuresof outstanding advances at the end of the year are, however, misleading. Average advances of the bank rose by 36.3 per cent in 1969 against 32.2 per cent in 1968.

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