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External Economic Situation In India - Recent Trends and Policy Implications

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This paper reviews the status of the external sector of the Indian economy. It is divided into 5 broad sections. Section I gives the trends of imports and exports, as well as the composition and direction of external trade, since 1984-85. It also includes the latest available position of balance of trade and exchange reserves, exchange rate movement, the latest Export Import Policy and the recent trends in foreign investment. [Working Paper No. 1/99-PC]

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  • Archana S Mathur, 2010. "External Economic Situation In India - Recent Trends and Policy Implications," Working Papers id:3077, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:3077
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    4. Krueger, Anne O., 1999. "Developing countries and the next round of multilateral trade negotiations," Policy Research Working Paper Series 2118, The World Bank.
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    external sector; status; Indian economy; trade; foreign investment;

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