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Saturday, July 28, 2001




Macro Economy


Concern over falling Japanese FDI in India
DIRECT investments from Japan to India has been declining over the past two to three years and trade between the two countries has been flat, according to Mr Jiro Aiko, Chairman of the Standing Committee of Japan-India Business Cooperation Committee (JIB CC), and Advisor, Sony Corporation.

Govt pre-pays high-cost IBRD loans
NEW DELHI: The Government has pre-paid eight high-cost IBRD loans during fiscal 2000-01. Over the last two years, the Union Finance Ministry has attempted to identify some of the high-cost multilateral loans contracted by the country over a decade ago, a s part of an active external debt management strategy.

Foreign Trade
Ministry moots study on impact of NTBs on exports
THE Commerce Ministry plans to carry out a further analysis of non-tariff barriers (NTBs) of important WTO members and trading partners of India, as part of a new exercise to quantify their impact on the country's exports.

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