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Amrish KUMAR
VERIFIED STAR EDUCATOR

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India, the world's third largest oil importer has come under a crisis. The steadily rising oil prices can have an adverse effect in the fastest growing economy of the world. With nearly 80% of the oil coming from outside the country, it will affect the various segments of the Indian economy. 1- Impact on fiscal deficit - The difference between the government's total expenditure and total revenue. India imports 1.5 billion barrels of crude oil each year. If the price of oil keeps on increasing, it means that there will be a rise in India's expenditure. This implies a rise in deficit which will negatively affect the economy and marketers. 2- Impact on the rupee - Oil is purchased in dollars. If the price keeps soaring the demand of dollars will increase and consequently the rupee will fall. Depreciation of rupee effect the economy and is even a blow to the stock market. 3- Impact on inflation - Oil is essential as it is used as raw materials in industries and is required to meet domestic fuel needs. With increase in price of oil, the cost of production will also increase which will cause inflation. It is estimated that a $10/barrel increase in crude oil can raise inflation by 0.1%. 4- Impact on current account deficit - It is a measure of India's trade where the value of goods and services imported exceeds the value of goods and services imported.  As oil is essential, its dependency has increased over the years. With the rise in oil price, importing goods have become costlier which widened the current account deficit. There is a need to shift to the use of technology such as e-vechiles to reduce the consumption of oil. We can also try to negotiate purchase oil in Indian rupee. This will help in the strengthening of the rupee. Also, giving support to the use of domestic energy to counter the imports can be done. It requires a thorough plan and proper implementation. This issue is slowly becoming need of the hour. If we want to be fastest growing economy we have to take certain steps.
Ashish Singh
7 months ago
You are doing great, keep it up
thank you sir for this video bahut ache se explain Kia aapne please aage bhi continue Karen iss course Ko..aap child development bahut kam thoery k sath bahut ache se explain karte hain .. please continue it..
Amrish KUMAR
8 months ago
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hello sir , vry nice explanation sir, plz continue bcoz ye sub book se padhne m bht boring lgta h n samajhe b kuch nhi aata, n aap bht easy n interesting way m samjhate h , so plz continue....
Amrish KUMAR
8 months ago
ok beta
sir plz banaiye.. adhar me latka k mat marna chahe.bhale chahe patak patak h mar lena agr hum na padhe to tlm b apply kar dena bt series continue rakhiye plz
very nice vidio sir aisa nahi ho sakta ki app kuch samjhaye or samajh nahi aaye app to sanskrit bhi padgayenge to wo bhi aa jayegi ham science walo ko
nice vedio sir ji plz continue
Amrish KUMAR
8 months ago
ok beta
Ankita Sahai
8 months ago
thnku sir ji
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