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Thrust to lending: Maditssia

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MADURAI: The Madurai District Tiny and Small Scale Industries Association (Maditssia) has hailed the Government's Interim Budget for 2004-05 as providing the thrust for lending.

Mr K. Ramachandran, President of the association, in a statement here said that the finance schemes for development of infrastructure for agriculture and small and medium enterprises would be immensely beneficial and should be implemented with immediate effect.

He also welcomed the credit card scheme for small units. The only way to generate more employment in the country was to improve and motivate the small-scale sector, he said.

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