Jan. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Brazil’s central bank eased rules for reserve requirements on cash deposits in a bid to boost loans to farmers this year, according to the official gazette.
The measure, which takes effect immediately, allows banks to use some farm loans to reduce the amount of reserves they must keep at the central bank.
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