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Privatisation of two public sector banks on meeting agenda next week

Four to five PSBs have been suggested by the Niti Aayog and they will be discussed in the meeting, sources said

Banks privatisation | PSB privatisation | privatisation of public sector banks

Shrimi Choudhary  |  New Delhi 

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Apart from banks, state-owned general insurance companies may also be taken up for discussion, said one of the two sources

The government may zero in on at least two public sector (PSBs) to be privatised in the first phase. Senior officials of the Niti Aayog, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), and the ministry’s financial services and economic affairs departments are set to meet on April 14 (Wednesday) to discuss the potential candidates for privatisation, said two sources in the government.



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First Published: Fri, April 09 2021. 06:10 IST