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Microfinance collections may dip 8-10% sequentially in April: Icra

Healthy liquidity buffers maintained by most entities provide some comfort

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microfinance institutions | ICRA | Liquidity

Abhijit Lele  |  Mumbai 



Coronavirus, Covid-19, Microfinance institutions, lending, money
Microfinance institutions

With the surge in Covid-19 infections and lockdowns in various states, collections by India's Institutions may drop sequentially by 8-10 per cent in April, according to rating agency .

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First Published: Tue, May 04 2021. 15:59 IST

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