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Banking's game of pretend: It's time we recognised the fate of govt banks

The only feasible way to have a healthy banking sector could be making it mostly private, along with two or three large, better-run government banks, writes T N Ninan

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Indian Economy | Weekend Ruminations | Banking sector

T N Ninan 



T N Ninan

Whether one likes it or not, Indian banking is headed the way of telecom and aviation. Private entities will walk away with the cream, leaving mostly unviable entities in the public sector. And all the king’s horses and all the king’s men will not be able to save Humpty Dumpty from this fate.

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First Published: Fri, January 08 2021. 19:34 IST

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