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  2. I am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. 2 Years of teaching experience of General Studies for competitive examination Have been teaching on Unacademy Plus


  3. IMF- India's Quota & Ranking Once a member nation has signed the EFF (Extended Fund Facility) agreement with the IMF, borrowing6 can be done by the member nationIndia signed this agreement in the fiscal 1981-82. India has been borrowing from the IMF due to critical balance of payment (BoP) situations-once between 1981-84 (SDR 3.9 billion) and next during 1991 (SDR 3.56 billion) > All the loans taken from the IMF have been repaid. India is now a contributor to the IMF as it participates in the Financial Transactions Plan (FTP)7 of the IMF since September 2002-at this time India was in strong balance of payment situation and in a comfortable forex reserves position


  4. Current US/EU Financial Crises: Challenges Regarding International Payments The recent financial crises of the US and the EU nations have raised the questions of the challenges of international payments once again. At this crucial juncture, the world seems tossing the idea of a reserved currency for all international payments-as if the famous Keynesian idea of such a currency (Bancor) is going for a kind of revival. The Bancor was a supranational currency that John Maynard Keynes and E. F. Schumache conceptualised in the years 1940-42 which the United Kingdom proposed to introduce after the Second World War. The proposed currency was, viz., be used in international trade as a unit of wera barter clearing system,the account within a multilateral barter clearing system, the International Clearing Union, which would also have to be founded.


  5. Current US/EU Financial Crises: Challenges Regarding International Payments The Bancor was to be backed by barter and its value expressed in weight of gold. However, this British proposal could not prevail against the interests of the United States, which at the Bretton Woods conference established the US Dollar as the world key currency. Milton Friedman9, the famous US economist insisted that Keynes' theories were incorrect who believed that, 'inflation was highly destructive and that only monetary policy could control it and that monetary policy is a heavyweight instrument and cannot be used for short-term economic management


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