More than half of India’s external debt is__:
1. in the form of long term borrowings
2. denominated in US dollar
3. in the form of NRI deposits
Which among the above is / are correct statements?
You can make the following inferences from the adjacent table:
- The maturity profile of India’s external debt indicates dominance of long-term borrowings.
- While Long term external debt is near 80%, short term is near 20%.
- Largest share is of ECB followed by NRI deposits.
- India’s multilateral external debt is MORE than bilateral debt.
- Most of the debt is in foreign currency, Rupee debt is minimal. Maximum debt is denominated in dollars.
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