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In book: International Monetary System: Past, Present and Future . Keywords: Foreign trade, Balance of Payments, Devaluation, Exchange rate. Bibek Debroy, Foreign Trade Policy Changes and Devaluation: CurrentPerspection (Delhi) 1992), p-27.
In book: International Monetary System: Past, Present and Future, Publisher: Regal Publications, New Delhi. Cite this publication. India’s foreign trade has witnessed many vicissitudes.
Notably, his interests do not confine to economics and law, as is evident from the fact that he has penned many books on ancient Hindu epics. The most recent ones are the 10-volume translation on Mahabharata, an epic which deals with niti and aniti (good policy and bad policy).
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Devaluation also increases the debt burden of foreign-denominated loans when priced in the home currency. Currency devaluations can be used by countries to achieve economic policy.
Devaluation also increases the debt burden of foreign-denominated loans when priced in the home currency. This is a big problem for a developing country like India or Argentina which hold lots of dollar- and euro-denominated debt. Having a weaker currency relative to the rest of the world can help boost exports, shrink trade deficits and reduce the cost of interest payments on its outstanding government debts. There are, however, some negative effects of devaluations.
Bibek Debroy (born 25 January 1955) is an Indian economist and author. Debroy has made significant contributions to game theory, economic theory, income and social inequalities, poverty, law reforms, railway reforms and Indology, among others. He is currently serving as the Chairman of the Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (EAC-PM). From its inception in January 2015, till June 2019, Mr. Debroy was a member of the NITI Aayog, the think tank of Indian Government.