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Rurban

An area close to the country with many of the amenities of a city. A rurban area may be more scenic than an urban area. See also: Suburban.
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In an ambitious bid to transform rural areas to economically, socially and physically sustainable spaces, the Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today approved the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission (SPMRM) with an outlay of Rs.
The scheme is based on Gujarat's Rurban development model of urbanisation of rural areas.
Further, with globalization and present trends of international marketing boom in the industry it is expected to boost the cargo traffic both in urban and rurban areas.
Rurban Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: RBNF), a financial services company providing full-service community banking, mortgage banking, wealth management and item processing services, has reported that its a net income for the third quarter of 2011 was USD602,000, or USD0.
Why now: With business seeking fortune at the bottom of the pyramid and aspirations of rural and urban consumers getting less distinct, addressing the Rurban customer is the challenge.
Often seen in expanding communities, a rurban property is one that is situated just beyond the suburbs and is in the process of transition from rural to urban.
Alex Sim's concept of rurban is introduced to draw attention to changes in small-town rural culture and the blurring of the distinction between city and country.
Prior to joining Green County Bancshares, Adams served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Rurban Financial Corp.
Rurban Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: RBNF) has announced its quarterly shareholder dividend will be USD0.
The Federal Reserve Board announced on July 10, 2002, the execution of a written agreement by and among Rurban Financial Corp.
Most recently, Adams served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Rurban Financial Corp.