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Faulty transmission

20 March 2013 By Andy Mukherjee

A quarter-point rate cut, designed to spur lending, has little chance of reaching borrowers. Banks need all the income they can get to attract depositors and lay aside provisions for bad debt. Only when inflation is tamed, and banks recapitalised, can credit flow efficiently.

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