Devaluation of the rupee and its implications
Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, 1966 - Business & Economics - 199 pages
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abroad adverse agricultural Asoka Mehta balance of payments basic budget capacity capital cent commodities components consequence consumer controls cost of imports cost of production created crores debt decision to devalue deficit financing devalue the rupee economic policy effect essential exchange rate expenditure export earnings export incentives export prices export promotion extent fact Finance Minister foreign aid foreign exchange Fourth Plan further Government of India hold the price impact of devaluation import costs import duties import entitlement import substitution increased exports increased production Indian economy Indian rupee indigenous industries inflationary pressures internal prices International Monetary Fund investment June June 11 jute maintenance imports manufactured measures ment necessary Pakistan present price level price line problem profits raw materials reduce remittances result of devaluation rise in prices Shri situation step subsidies substantial supplies T. T. Krishnamachari taken Third Plan tion trade utilisation World Bank