Capital Account Convertibility

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Title: Capital Account Convertibility
 
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It is also seen as a major comfort factor for overseas investors since they know that anytime they change their mind they will be able to re-convert local currency back into foreign currency and take out their money. Why it's better for India to go slow...
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It is also seen as a major comfort factor for overseas investors since they know that anytime they change their mind they will be able to re-convert local currency back into foreign currency and take out their money. Why it's better for India to go slow...
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