Govt likely to infuse $544m in FY13: SBI chairman

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The government has indicated a capital infusion of 30 billion rupees into State Bank of India in the current fiscal year ending in March 2013, the bank's chairman said on Monday.

The infusion into the country's biggest bank will be done through a preferential allotment of shares, Pratip Chaudhury told reporters.

Capital infusion plans for the next financial year have not been finalised yet, Chaudhury added.

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