Thursday, February 22, 2018

Tractor Sales Growth to Moderate in FY19

Central Statistics Office’s (CSO) advance estimates suggest gross value added of ‘agriculture, forestry and fishing’ would fall to 2.1% in FY18 (FY17: 4.9%), primarily due to the uneven spread of rainfall leading to lower kharif and rabi crop yield and affecting farmers’ cash generation. Higher delinquencies for tractor loans also show the continued stress in the agricultural sector. As around 45% of the total tractor sales are financed through organised channels, loan delinquency rightly represents the average credit profile of a farmer; which might worsen in case of inadequate monsoons in FY-2019, thus impacting the additional demand for tractors.
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