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Economic explanation on FDI was great....sir discuss more this type of economic terms...thanks sir..😙
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  2. Follow me: YouTube Youtube Channel- Ayussh Sanghi Tube Telegram Channel -ASanglhi Facebook Page - @ CAAyussh Sanghi OAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  3. ECONOMICS AND FINANCE CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  4. Farm Loan Waivers Essentially, the Centre or States take over the liability of farmers and repay the banks. Waivers are usually selective - only certain loan types, categories of farmers or loan sources may qualify. For instance, in 2008, crop loans and investment loans were waived for marginal and small farmers (those with less than 2 hectares of land ownership); other farmers were only given a 25 per cent reduction. When nature rides roughshod over debt-ridden farmers in the form of erratic monsoon and crop failures, they face grim options. Indebtedness is a key reason for the many farmer suicides in the country. Loan waivers provide some relief to farmers in such situations, but there are debates about the long-term effectiveness of the measure. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  5. Farm Loan Waivers . Critics demand making agriculture sustainable by reducing inefficiencies, increasing income, reducing costs and providing protection through insurance schemes. They point out that farm loan waivers are at best a temporary solution and entail a moral hazard - even those who can afford to pay may not, in the expectation of a waiver. . Such measures can erode credit discipline and may make banks wary of lending to farmers in the future. It also makes a sharp dent in the finances of the government that finances the write-off. But farmers can decide the fortunes of political parties, and politicians are wary of antagonising them. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  6. Q - Which among the following are the possible disadvantages of farm loan waivers? 1. Entails a moral hazard increasing a culture of indiscipline among borrowers 2. Undermines the fiscal health of state governments 3. Makes banks wary of lending to farmers Select from the code given below: a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1.2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  7. Q Consider the following statements about Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the Indian context: It is an investment in a foreign country where the investing party does not seek control over the investment 1. 2. In India, foreign affiliate means a subsidiary company or an associate in which investors owns a total of at least 10%, but not more than half of shareholder's voting power 3. India ranks in the top 10 in terms of FDI inbound inflows in the world Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1, 2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  8. Are foreign direct investments at an ebb? Debate rages but a look atS ear patterns shows thee is little cause for concern Focus on an 8% GDP growth sal that matters two years. But despite imple Show me the money AARATI KRISHNAN an FDI flows into India may have gone down recently in absolute terms. But this trend could well be mirroring the fact that the the size of its consumer mar- the total capital that global in- ket, the more interested fo vestors are willing deploy reign investors are likely to be overseas in any given year. Have foreign direct investors GST, it has had to contend warmed up to India under the with slumping FDI flows late- NDA regime, or are they cold- ly. So what really drives FDI shouldering it? A heated de We studied UNCTAD data on 2003 43 bate is now on, with the go cross-country FDI flows for vernment claiming that total the last fifteen years to arrive FDinIndia, as % country as a proportion ofits share of pool FY18. Detractors argue that, Economic, not political FDI flows into India seem Bank, FDI as a proportion of India's GDP hovered at 1.2% for many years before shoot. ing up to 3.6% in the imme- 2012. diate aftermath of the global Tha was incidentally the financial crisis in 2008, proba year in which GDP growth hit when India managed to grab 3.2% ofthe global FDI pool, its share fell steadily to 1.5% in 25.3 NDA is yet to match the UPAS track its economic fortunes 2008 47.1 But a study of patterns in fortunes. In the last ten years, 2009 FDI flows into India over the strong GDP growth prints in 201020274 last fifteen years suggests that India have inevitably been fol- they really have little to do lowed by an upsurge in FDI2011 2 FDI till date, from $7.6 billion The UPA-2 government in 2005 to $20.3 billion in started off on a high note and 2006 came about after India2014 Bottomed out in 2012 But as reality sank in in 2009, This suggests that the India's growth collapsed and slump in India's FDI flows in FDI flows dwindled, botto the last couple of years was ing out at 1.3% ofGDP by 2012, driven more by the shrinking 34.6 End of term bounceback But it kicked off its term with two consecutive years of sharp declines in FDI inflows flows of $47 billion followed a GDP growth print of 9.8% in 2007. The FDI revival in 2015 unfolded after the economy In the five years to 2017, global FDI pool than by dom- ery to 1.5%. Globally, FDI flows average 2.4% of GDP. Clearly, Overall, for FDI to keep flooding into India, it needs to FDI as % of alobal Dool FDI into India , total world FDI vaulted to $12 billion in 2002-2007, climbed further to annual growth rates. On this low its weight on FDI, given its cus on sustaining 8%-plus wth rates in its e-year FOURTEENTH PAGE THE HINDU


  9. Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) FDI occurs when an investor based in one country (the home country) acquires an asset in another country (the host country) with the interest to manage the asset. The company investing in this country also usually transfers assets such as technology, management and marketing. Further, the investing company seeks the power to exercise control over decision making in a foreign enterprise the extent of which has to vary according to its equity participation In India, foreign affiliate means a subsidiary company or an associate in which investors owns a total of at least 10%, but not more than half of shareholder's voting power. CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  10. Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) Importance Brings new technology, expertise, knowledge, managerial skills and capabilities. Gives a boost to industrial productivity leading to industrialisation and greater exports. Decreases the production cost transaction cost and transportation Directly correlated with economic growth in terms of GDP. costs of goods and services. Enhances competition at global and domestic level Creates employment in Indian industries and market sectors Greater freedom of choice for consumers Improves Balance of Payment status CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


  11. Q Consider the following statements about Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the Indian context: It is an investment in a foreign country where the investing party does not seek control over the investment This is how a Foreign Portfolio Investment (FPl) is defined. 1. 2. In India, foreign affiliate means a subsidiary company or an associate in which investors owns a total of at least 10%, but not more than half of shareholder's voting power 3. India ranks in the top 10 in terms of FDI inbound inflows in the world Which among the statements given above is/are correct? a) 1 and 2 only b) 2 and 3 only c) 1 and 3 only d) 1.2 and 3 CAyussh Sanghi's MCQ DIGEST


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