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"Hope benefit of demonetisation trickles down to fertilisers industry"

According to Ananth Kumar, all efforts are being taken to solve all long pending demands of the fertilisers industry, including clearance of backlog subsidy, during this financial year

BS B2B Bureau  |  New Delhi 

While applauding the move of the demonetisation by the government, Ananth Kumar, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, hoped that the benefit of demonetisation will also trickle to fertilisers industry. The Minister stated this while inaugurating the annual seminar of Fertilizer Association of India (FAI) in Delhi yesterday. Thanking the industry for extending the credit facility to the retailers and dealers of fertilisers after demonetisation, he said, “It will help the farmers to get fertiliser on credit.” Fertiliser constitutes major input for agriculture. ...

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First Published: Thu, December 01 2016. 11:56 IST
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According to Ananth Kumar, all efforts are being taken to solve all long pending demands of the fertilisers industry, including clearance of backlog subsidy, during this financial year While applauding the move of the demonetisation by the government, Ananth Kumar, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, hoped that the benefit of demonetisation will also trickle to fertilisers industry. The Minister stated this while inaugurating the annual seminar of Fertilizer Association of India (FAI) in Delhi yesterday. Thanking the industry for extending the credit facility to the retailers and dealers of fertilisers after demonetisation, he said, “It will help the farmers to get fertiliser on credit.” Fertiliser constitutes major input for agriculture. ... image
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"Hope benefit of demonetisation trickles down to fertilisers industry"

According to Ananth Kumar, all efforts are being taken to solve all long pending demands of the fertilisers industry, including clearance of backlog subsidy, during this financial year

While applauding the move of the demonetisation by the government, Ananth Kumar, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, hoped that the benefit of demonetisation will also trickle to fertilisers industry. The Minister stated this while inaugurating the annual seminar of Fertilizer Association of India (FAI) in Delhi yesterday. Thanking the industry for extending the credit facility to the retailers and dealers of fertilisers after demonetisation, he said, “It will help the farmers to get fertiliser on credit.” Fertiliser constitutes major input for agriculture. ...

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