The Indian Banking Sector, 2017: Public Policy Challenges

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Ganesh Kumar Nidugala, Abhay Pant
Ivey Publishing ()

The Indian banking sector had undergone major changes since 1991, when it went from being a highly regulated, primarily state-owned industry, to a more competitive industry with a significant presence of private sector banks. However, despite the reforms implemented by the government, the sector faced many challenges in 2017. The most worrying problem was the increasing number of non-performing assets (NPA), especially among state banks. Although the Indian economy was one of the fastest growing largest countries with a stable government, its future growth has been hampered by immediate challenges in the banking sector. What had NPAs caused in the Indian banking sector and how could the problem be addressed?

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