For some time now, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been trying to increase retail participation in State Development Loans (SDLs)—debt papers issued by the state governments to raise money from investors.
SDLs pay slightly higher interest than the debt securities issued by the Central government, but carry similar sovereign credit rank. This makes SDLs a very safe and...
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