THE PLACE OF AGRICULTURE IN CREDIT POLICY AFTER WORLD WAR II
After World War II the Polish state, which had restricted financial resources was forced to select the most important economic aims, which ought to have been driven out by people in select and taking into consideration credit applications. On this stage of state rebuilding, approval had been voiced, in first order for credits for agriculture production, mining production, industrial production, and craft production. Credits for sowing, harvest, rations, tools purchase, fertilizers, seeds and livestock had been the most important in agriculture. Ministry of Treasury and National Bank of Poland had been driven by planning rules and planning in economic life, central rule of establishing financial and credit politics and central way of establishing distributions ways, supervision and control. Unfortunately state credit politic realisation in relation to agriculture had diverged from its main assumptions. Industry had been favored at the expense of village. The effect of shortage of capital in a village had caused the fall of agricultural production, what, in short time had led to increase of agriculture products’ prices.
National Bank for Agriculture; Central Bank for Agriculture Companies; National Bank of Poland; “Społem” Bank; credit in People’s Poland
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