ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Malta and Libya-A Novel Relationship

January 8, 1972 the resources which are available for transfer from the household sector are those which are held in the form of financial assets. The deficits of the government and the private corporate sector are met out of this net financial saying of the household sector. The Appraisal gives the net financial saving of the household sector for the whole Fourth Plan period at Rs 7,570 crores. It puts the draft of the public sector on household sector savings at Rs 6,732 crores. Thus, the household sector saving which is available for financing the private corporate sector gross investment is Rs 738 crores. The gross saving of the corporate sector (including the co-operative sector) is put at Rs 2,276 crores. Thus, in all the resources available to the private corporate sector for financing gross investment (including inventory investment) would be Rs 3,014 crores. To this must be added the transfer from the public .sector to the private corporate sector. This is unlikely to exceed Rs 250 crores.

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