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Loan for LPG connection

United Bank of India has launched a scheme for financing LPG connections in the rural areas. The maximum loan amount available under the scheme is Rs 3,500 at 7.5 per cent rate of interest with quarterly rest. The loan amount covers the cost of a regulator, a cylinder and accessories and a burner stove and is payable between three and five years.

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