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Exchange rate part-2 Devaluation,Depreciation, revaluation and appreciation of rupee

Rishi Jain
MBA,PGDFM Author of Bhavishya Arthik Patrika(for Civil Services), worked in SBI group for 7 years, teaching indian economy to UPSC student

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Thank you very much sir. Great way of explanation.plz keep it up.
Rishi Jain
2 years ago
thanks Maneesh
Maneesh mishra
2 years ago
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thanku so much sir
1. Devaluation and Depreciation of rupee Devaluation-by government Depreciation-by market forces(demand and supply

2. 1 UNIT 1$BEFORE Devaluation and Depreciation of rupee 1$-67 RUPEES AFTER Devaluation and Depreciation of rupee 1$-70 RUPEES 3. EFFECT OF DEVALUATION AND DEPRECIATION INCREASE IN EXPORT DECREASE IN IMPORT RUPEE BECOME WEAK IN INTERNATIONAL MARKET OUR GOOD BECOME CHEAPER 4. Revaluation and Appreciation of rupee Revaluation-by government Appreciation-by market forces(demand and supply) 5. 1 UNIT 1$ BEFORE Revaluation and Appreciation of rupee 1$-67 RUPEES AFTER Revaluation and Appreciation of rupee 1$-65 RUPEES

6. Statement(A): After 1991, Indian Export has been increasing. Reason(R): Indian Government had been devaluated Indian rupee Which of the following is correct a. A and R are correct and R is the correct explanation of A b. A and R are correct but R is not correct explanation c. A is correct but R is wrong d. A is wrong but R is correct

7. Devaluation and Depreciation of rupee Devaluation-by government Depreciation-by market forces(demand and supply

8. Devaluation and Depreciation of rupee Devaluation-by government Depreciation-by market forces(demand and supply

9. 1 UNIT 1$BEFORE Devaluation and Depreciation of rupee 1$-67 RUPEES AFTER Devaluation and Depreciation of rupee 1\$-70 RUPEES

10. EFFECT OF DEVALUATION AND DEPRECIATION INCREASE IN EXPORT DECREASE IN IMPORT RUPEE BECOME WEAK IN INTERNATIONAL MARKET OUR GOOD BECOME CHEAPER