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Regional trade agreements by India (in Hindi)
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Aartee Mishra
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Sir, in the last slide, (Bond yield vs Price), why will the investor sell the bond for 900? Wont he incur loss? Please explain in detail
Bond Price & Bond Yield = Inverse Relation Eg :- If person A purchase govt. Bond for say 100 Rs with interest rate = 8% then he will get 108 Rs. But if he sell it to person B before mature period ( due to lack of confidence in Govt or due to attraction towards high yielding private sector ) for 90 Rs then for person B, investment done is 90 Rs only & return is the same i.e 108 Rs. So therefore bond yield increase in this manner ( it was 8 % for A but it will be 20 % for B ) and in future if Govt issue new bond for Rs 100 then no one will purchase as they will think ( ye to 90 Rs mai hi mil raha hai ) so it will result in loss for Govt.( or Govt bond purchaser i.e bank here ) *Therefore increasing bond yield is not a good sign for Govt/Banks
Isha Makkar
a year ago
got it, thank you so much :)
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  4. RTAS BY INDIA In general, multilateral trade agreements are the first best solutions for deepening global trade and development as they are founded on the core principles of non-discrimination Meanwhile, RTAs (Regional Trade Agreements) are efforts by nations aimed at deepening economic relations, usually with neighbouring countries, and tend to be largely political in nature. With the multilateral trade negotiations process under the WTO being a painfully slow one requiring broad-based consensus, RTAs have progressively assumed greater importance and a growing share in international trade

  5. RTAS BY INDIA . While RTAs are broadly compliant with WTO mandates and remain broadly supportive of the WTO process, they remain second-best solutions that are discriminatory in nature against non-members and are inefficient as low cost producing non-members lose out to members. While bilateral RTAs have no equity considerations, mega-regional trading groups may not necessarily be equitable if membership is diverse and small countries may lose out either way-if they are part of it they may not have much say and if they are not, they may stand to lose. India has always stood for an open, equitable, predictable, nondiscriminatory and rule-based international trading system and views RTAs as building blocks in the overall objective of trade liberalization as well as complementing the multilateral trading system under the WTO.

  6. NEW FOREIGN TRADE POLICY The Gol announced the new Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20 on April 1, 2015. The new five year Foreign Trade Policy, 2015-20 provides a framework for increasing exports of goods and services as well as generation of employment and increasing value addition in the country, in keeping with the Make in India. The focus of the new policy is to support both the manufacturing and services sectors, with a special emphasis on improving the 'ease of doing business The special features of the FTP 2015-20 are as follows: (i). Two new schemes have been intorduced, namely Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) for export of specified goods to specified markets. Services Exports from India Scheme (SEIS) for increasing exports of notified services, in place of a plethora of schemes earlier, with different conditions for eligibility and usage.

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