The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI’s) Committee on Comprehensive Access to Financial Services (2013) had set modest targets. Ten years on, considerable progress has been made on the payments front, but on other targets, there has been limited progress. These include access to credit (minimum 50 per cent credit-to-district-GDP); savings and investment products with reasonable returns (65 per cent); and insurance and risk management instruments (80 per cent).
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First Published: Sun, January 29 2023. 17:19 IST