Canara Bank aims cash recovery of Rs 6,500 crore

Tags: Banking
State-owned Canara Bank today said it aims cash recovery of Rs 6,500 crore this fiscal which may result in lowering of non-performing assets (NPA).

"The bank did cash recovery of Rs 5,000 crore for the year ended March 2014, this year (2014-15) we expect this to go up to Rs 6,500 crore," Canara Bank Chairman and Managing Director R K Dubey said at an event organised by Association of Business Chambers of Commerce and Industry.

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