||Convertibility of the rupee implies –
||Freely permitting the conversion of rupee to other currencies and vice-versa
||Convertibility of the Rupee as it exists at present means –
||Rupee is convertible into foreign currencies for all current transactions only
||The Indian Rupee was made fully convertible on the current account in –
||The question of full capital account convertibility of India was examined by the Committee known as –
||Devaluation of a currency means –
||Reduction in the value of a currency vis-a-vis major internationally traded currencies
||In which year the rupee was devalued for the first time in India?
||The outcome of the devaluation of currency is –
Increase of exports and decrease of imports in the country
||The problem of International liquidity is related to the non-availability of –
||Dollars and other hard currencies
||A great deal of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to India comes from Mauritius than from many major and mature economies like the UK and France. Why?
India has a double taxation avoidance agreement with Mauritius
||In India, the Foreign Investment Promotion Board now works under –
||Ministry of Finance
||A country is said to be in a debt trap if –
It has to borrow to make interest payments on outstanding loans
||Resurgent India Bonds were issued in US dollars, Pound Sterling and –
||If the rupee per US Dollar exchange rate changes from Rs. 60 to Rs. 65 in a time period by the market forces, it implies –
||Depreciation of Rupee
||What is the name of the New Single European Currency –
||In which year the new currency ‘Euro’ was introduced?
||Eurodollars are –
||U.S. dollars circulating in Europe
||Bangladesh’s currency is –
||Baht is the currency of –
||The currency of China is –
||From which year the FEMA came into force?
||Which act came into force in place of FERA?
||The Prevention of Money Laundering Act came into force in India during –