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Mali Financial Sector Assessment Program : Agricultural Finance

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Abstract: The performance of the Malian economy is largely dependent on the performance of the agricultural sector. The overall good growth in the Malian economy over the last several years is attributed to the agricultural GDP growth. Since 1995, the economy grew at about 5 percent per year until 2010, but a global recession, the military coup and terrorist activity caused a noticeable slowdown in GDP to about 1.2 percent in 2011-2012. The economic growth has resumed at a slow pace since 2013 and is currently estimated around 4.5 percent for 2014-2015. Agricultural development in general and agricultural finance in particular is hampered by a lack of quality data on the sector. Although improving, reliable statistical information is still lacking in Mali. There are often inconsistencies in agricultural data presented in the various reports available in the country. Although data on the main food crops and cotton are readily available, quality information on the high potential value chains, like mango and meat and dairy value chains, is less frequently provided. The lack of quality agricultural statistics makes public planning and analysis difficult and deters private sector investment.
Type: Report
Economic & Sector Work
Economic & Sector Work :: Financial Sector Assessment Program
Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10986/24272
Subject: ADVISORY SERVICES
NEW MARKET
CREDIT PRODUCTS
FINANCIAL SERVICES
BORROWER
RECEIPT
ECONOMIC GROWTH
TRADE CREDIT
ACCOUNTING
WAREHOUSE
DEPOSITS
PEOPLE
AGRICULTURAL CREDIT
FINANCING
DIRECT FINANCING
PRINCIPAL
FARMER
INTEREST
PUBLIC INVESTMENTS
GUARANTEES
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
INDUSTRY
AGRICULTURAL SECTORS
SERVICES
ENTREPRENEURS
REPOSSESSION
BANKING SYSTEMS
RECESSION
LENDING PORTFOLIO
PROVISION OF FINANCE
LOAN
PRICING
BORROWERS
SUBSIDY
ASSET FINANCING
PAYMENTS
LARGE BORROWERS
INTERNATIONAL BANK
MARKET INFORMATION
MFIS
FIXED RATE
SAFETY NETS
MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS
SMALL FARMERS
ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES
CONSUMER CREDITS
CREDITS
SAVINGS
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
COMMERCIAL BANK
EXPORT EARNINGS
TRANSPORT
LOAN PRODUCTS
UNION
COMMERCIAL FARMERS
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
PAYMENT
MARKETS
WAREHOUSE RECEIPT
LIMITED ACCESS
FINANCING NEEDS
LOANS
ENTERPRISES
FARMERS
INVENTORY
SUBSIDIES
SMALLHOLDERS
REAL ESTATE
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
FINANCE
TERM CREDIT
DONOR SUPPORT
LONG-TERM FUNDING
BANKING SECTOR
BANKS
DOWN PAYMENT
GRANT
RURAL FINANCE
LOAN REPAYMENT
INVENTORY CREDIT
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
REPAYMENT HISTORY
SUBSIDIARIES
ACCESS TO FINANCE
VALUE
BANK
CREDIT
SMALLHOLDER
LOAN GUARANTEES
SAFETY NET
URBAN AREAS
PUBLIC EXPENDITURES
AGRICULTURAL SECTOR
REPAYMENT
EXPENDITURES
PROPERTY
SMALLHOLDER FARMERS
INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY
SUPPLY CHAIN
DIVERSIFICATION
INSURANCE
MICROFINANCE
FINANCIAL SECTOR ASSESSMENT
WAREHOUSE OPERATORS
LAND
SUPPLY CHAINS
BANK BRANCH
INVESTMENT
RISK
COMMERCIAL BANKS
LOAN PORTFOLIOS
BUSINESS STRATEGY
COLLATERAL
PAYMENT SERVICES
BANKING
PRIVATE INVESTORS
COOPERATIVES
REVENUE
EARNINGS
WAREHOUSES
INVESTMENTS
RISK MANAGEMENT
AGRICULTURAL FINANCE
LENDING
TECHNICAL SUPPORT
FEES
AGRICULTURAL MODERNIZATION
EQUIPMENT LOANS
BANK BRANCHES
COMMERCIAL FARMING
INTERNATIONAL BANKS
CREDIT LINES
GUARANTEE
DEVELOPMENT BANK
RISK MITIGATION
INCOME GROUPS
MFI




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