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Exports of the 77-Possibilities and Limits

Possibilities and Limits J A Rosario This article examines the factors which restrict exports of the developing countries with a view to assessing the possibilities and limits of expansion of these exports.

India s Trade with the Socialist Bloc

The Prime Minister's visit to Eastern Europe has focussed attention on our economic ties with the socialist bloc which have flagged somewhat since the devaluation last year.

Why Devaluation Failed Exports

J A Rosario revaluation was expected to make Indian exports cheaper and so expand the demand for them in world markets. To test whether this has been in tact achieved, the author traces movements in the quantity and unit value of exports of 26 major commodities during June-December 1966, There is, however, no discernible pattern in the movements to support the view that devaluation has helped exports. While the prices of some goods had gone up, so had their exports, and for some other goods both prices and exports had fallen. Devaluation had no predictable effect on the price level m terms of foreign exchange.
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