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Monetary investment and trade issues in India

By: Rajan, Ramkishen S.
Publisher: New Delhi Oxford University Press 2009Description: xiii, 239 p.ISBN: 9780195699951.Subject(s): Investments | Foreign -- India | Foreign exchange rates -- India | Monetary policy -- India | India -- Foreign economic relations -- East Asia | East Asia -- Foreign economic relations -- IndiaDDC classification: 337.54 Summary: The collection of essays in this volume explores various aspects of monetary, trade, and investment issues in India. These are analysed in the context of India's integration with the global economy, especially India's growing trade and investment links with East Asia. The book is divided into three sections: The first section focuses on issues pertaining to exchange rates and inflation in India. The second examines issues related to the evolution and management of India's international reserves. The third focuses on international trade and investment issues, with particular emphasis on FDI and Free Trade Agreement strategies. While the book's focus is on important policy issues, these are informed by data and rigorous empirical analysis. (Source: www.us.oup.com/us)
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The collection of essays in this volume explores various aspects of monetary, trade, and investment issues in India. These are analysed in the context of India's integration with the global economy, especially India's growing trade and investment links with East Asia. The book is divided into three sections: The first section focuses on issues pertaining to exchange rates and inflation in India. The second examines issues related to the evolution and management of India's international reserves. The third focuses on international trade and investment issues, with particular emphasis on FDI and Free Trade Agreement strategies. While the book's focus is on important policy issues, these are informed by data and rigorous empirical analysis. (Source: www.us.oup.com/us)

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