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Govt to bring in more banking reforms soon: Jaitley

FinMin says country not in a state to pull out of banking sector

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Hinting at major banking sector reforms in the offing, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the country is not at a stage where the government can completely exit its holding in the 27 public sector banks. "There are a series of banking reforms which I am likely to announce...In the days to come, you may find something on that," said Jaitley, who will present the Union Budget on February 29. Speaking at the CNN Asia Business Forum 2016 during the Make in India Week here, Jaitley said, "I don't think India has reached a state where the state can pull out of ...


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First Published: Sun, February 14 2016. 13:22 IST