Federal Conservation and Farm Credit Act Amendments: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Conservation and Credit of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session ....
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979 - Agricultural credit
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Page 109 - Currency. the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
Page 500 - Congress, recognizing that a prosperous, productive agriculture is essential to a free nation and recognizing the growing need for credit in rural areas, that the farmer-owned cooperative Farm Credit System be designed to accomplish the objective of improving the income and well-being of American farmers and ranchers by furnishing sound, adequate, and constructive credit and closely related services to them, their cooperatives, and to selected farm-related businesses necessary for efficient farm...
Page 265 - ... as determined by the association, to $5 per $100 or fraction thereof of the amount of the loan. Such...
Page 290 - ADMINISTRATION 11 450521 DEVELOPING A REGIONAL STRATEGY FOR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT The southern California region has historically been ineffective in obtaining capital money from federal agencies for transit system development. This has been the case in spite of the fact that the region contains more people than 46 other states and is still growing rapidly. Growth, in fact, is reaching a level that requires the region to become more effective in developing its entire transportation system...
Page 231 - Congress to extend the program with another $4 billion in loan authority. 2. Cooperative Farm Credit We recognize that this cooperative system is dependent on the nation's money markets for its supply of loan funds and is thus largely unable to control factors that determine interest rates and the supply of money. Nevertheless, we urge that the System strive to ease the credit squeeze and reduce high rates of interest to family farmers.
Page 364 - Recognizing that a prosperous, productive agriculture is essential to a free Nation, it is the objective of the farmer-owned, cooperative Farm Credit System to improve the income and well-being of American farmers and ranchers by furnishing adequate and constructive credit and closely related services to them, their cooperatives, and selected farm related businesses necessary for efficient farm operations.
Page 72 - We will now take a short recess. [Recess taken.] Mr. JONES of Tennessee. The subcommittee will resume its sitting.
Page 108 - Commission, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Home Loan Bank Board...
Page 12 - This study is being carried out pursuant to the Soil and Water Resources Conservation Act of 1977 — Public Law 95-192 — commonly referred to as RCA.
Page 425 - ... capital to not more than 8 percent per annum, provision for the payment of patronage dividends, and elimination of the voting rights of nonproducers. It may also be deemed advisable to limit the number of shares which any stockholder may own. In this connection attention is called to the fact that, for a cooperative to be eligible to borrow from a bank for cooperatives, or to be eligible for an "exempt...