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66 Match the items of List -II and with the items of List - I relating to WTO impact: . List I List II tion of international investments (a) NAMA (b) GATTS i) Includes industrial goods, textile, jewellery, fish and fisheries product manufactu (ii) Liberalisation of trade in goods and services. (iv) Provides monopoly power to owners of intellectual property rin ng industries (c) TRIMs (d) TRIPs Code: (2) iv) )i (3) (ii) (iii) (i) ) (iv).
Indicate the correct code of the following statements being correct or incorrect. The statements relate to the type of transactions recorded in the current/capital accounts of the Balance of Payments. 67. Statement (): The capital account consists of long-term capital transactions only Statement (II): The current account includes all transactions which give rise to or use up national income. Code: ) Both the statements are correct. (2) Both the statements are incorrect. (3) Statement (D is correct while Statement (II) is incorrect Statement (1) is incorrect while Statement (I) is correct. MITIRIIII
67 The Capital Account The capital account is a record of the inflows and outflows of capital that directly affect a nation's foreign assets and liabilities. It is concerned with all international trade transactions between citizens of a given country and citizens in other countries. The components of the capital account include foreign investment and loans, banking capital and other forms of capital, as well as monetary movements or changes in the foreign exchange reserve. The capital account flow reflects factors such as commercial borrowings, banking, investments, loans, and capital In other words, the capital account is concerned with payments of debts and claims, regardless of the time period. The balance of capital account also includes all items reflecting changes in stocks. The current account records exports and imports of goods and services as well as unilateral transfers
68. Select the correct code of the following statements being correct or incorrect. Statement (I): International liquidity encompasses the international reserves only. Statement (II): International liquidity covers only official holdings of gold, foreign exchange, SDRs and reserve position in the IMF available for the settlement of the international transactions. Code: (2) (3) (4) Both the statements are correct. Both the statements are incorrect. Statement (I) is correct while Statement (II) is incorrect. Statement (I) is incorrect while Statement (II) is correct.
Match the items of List - II with the items of List- I and select the code of correct matching. The items relate to International Trade Theories. 69. List I List II (a) Comparative Cost Theory (i) Adam Smith (b) Opportunity Cost Theory (i) Gottried Haberler (c) Factor Endowment Theory (d) Absolute Cost Theory Code: (i i) David Ricardo (iv) Eli Heckscher and Bertil Ohlin IV
ple of the World Bank regarding it's 70. Which one of the following is not the guiding princi lending operations ? (2) Lending should be only for spec (9) The lending should be (4) The bank does expect the borrowing country to spend the loan in a particular country. Total return on a security is equal to the following: roper assessment of the repayment prospects of loans sound and of a high priority nature. project cost ific projects which are economically and technically to enable a country to meet foreign exchange content of the 71. Periodic cash receipts Capital gains Purchase Price of the security Periodic cash receipts+Capital gains Current Market Price of the security (2) Periodic cash receipts Current Market price of the security
Risk of a portfolio can be minimised by which one of the following ? 1) Combining two securities having perfect positive correlation in their expected returns. Combining two securities having perfect negative correlation in their expected returns. (3) Combining two securities having partially positive correlation in their expected returns. (4) Combining two securities having partially negative correlation in their expected returns. 72. 73. The certificate which evidences an unsecured corporate debt of short-term maturity, is known as: (1) Certificate of Deposit (3) Treasury Bill (2) Short-term loan certificate Commercial paper
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