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Title: Status and structure of official international reserves of India


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Status and structure of official international
reserves of India
  • Prepared by
  • Pashchenko michael ie-11a

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Content
  • International reserves definition
  • Reserve bank of India
  • Structure of OIR in India
  • Status of OIR in India
  • Conclusion

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What is international reserves
  • Any kind of reserve funds that can be passed
    between the central banks of different countries.

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Reserve bank of india
  • The Reserve Bank of India is India's Central
    Banking Institution, which controls the Monetary
    Policy of the Indian Rupee.

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Reserve bank of india
  • Main functions
  • Regulation and supervision of the financial
    system
  • Managerial of exchange control
  • Issuer of currency
  • Bankers bank

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Structure of OIR in India
  • International reserves in India represented
    mostly by gold amounts and foreign currency asset
    that is held by the Reserve Bank of India at the
    moment.

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Status of OIR in INDIA
  • Sourcehttp//www.rbi.org.in/scripts/WSSViewDetail
    .aspx?TYPESectionPARAM12

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Sourcehttp//unctadstat.unctad.org/wds/TableViewe
r/tableView.aspx
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Conclusion
  • International reserves of India are under control
    of Reserve Bank of India
  • India is a developing country that increases its
    wealth gradually.
  • World crisis affects developing countries very
    hard forcing them to spend their reserves
  • Process of recovery is long and hard.

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