Workbook 67/80 - Currency Swap

Hey Students!
A currency swap, sometimes referred to as a cross-currency swap, involves the exchange of interest—and sometimes of principal—in one currency for the same in another currency. Interest payments are exchanged at fixed dates through the life of the contract. It is considered to be a foreign exchange transaction. India has currency swap arrangements with Japan.
Please go through the workbook and answer the required question accordingly:
Mains Work Book No.67 - Currency Swapping-converted.pdf (334.0 KB)

Good intro. Nice structure. All dimensions of question has not been identified. Please make sure your points are credible. Avoid allegations in an answer. Provide the government stand in an answer not the one that we use in common. Keep practicing.

Good intro. Good structure. Please do provide the critics of Indian policies and rectifying measures as well. If possible do add the source of your information. Apt conclusion. Keep practicing.
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Good intro. Good structure. Please do provide the rectifying measures as well. If possible do add the source of your information. Apt conclusion. Keep practicing.
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Suitable intro. Apt examples. Nice flow chart. Keep practicing.

Intro canbe better. Define currency swap. Its merits. How Bangla-Lanka pact impacts India. What India should do and is doing. Keep practicing.

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currency swap.pdf (3.2 MB) sir please correct my answer.

Good intro. All dimensions of question has not been identified well. You need to read more on the topic. Way forward sub-geading would have been good to convlude the abswer. Keep practicing.


Sir plz correct the answer

Intro is not up to the mark. A simple definition of currency swap would have been better. Points format is always if you have credible knowledge. Try to stick to the word limit and keep your diagrams clean(if you draw any). Keep practicing.