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Static GK Test: Economics, Test-17
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The apex organization in the field of rural credit is
National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)
State Bank of India (SBI)
Grameen Vikas Bank (GVB)
Reserve Bank of India (RBI)
Fiscal policy means
the credit policy
the planning policy
the taxation policy
the expenditure and public debt policy
During Indian Decennial Census Operations
only Indians of Indian soil are counted.
both Indians and foreigners on Indian soil are counted
Both Indians by birth and by domicile only are counted
None of the above
The foreign exchange reserves of the country consist of
foreign currency assets held by the RBI
gold holdings of the RBI
special Drawing Rights
All of the above
National income is the
net national product at market price
net national product at factor cost
net domestic product at market price
net domestic product at factor cost
We have all heard of a venture capitalist in the IT industry. Who or what is an angel investor?
Someone who puts money in the beginning of the project and usually does not expect returns of the investment
Someone who puts money in an internet company that is running into losses
Someone who gives only technical consultancy for the project
None of the above
One-Rupee note bears the signatures of the
Governor of Reserve Bank of India
Secretary, Ministry of Finance
President of India
Which country ranks the first in per capita spending on defence?
'Bolsa' is the stock exchange index in which of the following countries?
Which of the following is not a financial institution?
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