ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Consumer Protection Act and Medical Profession

one party, is to miss the point that the protection clause was nevertheless a fact. This leads to the question whether India could have taken recourse to legal action by approaching the international monetary bodies on the issue of the iniquitous protocol exchange rate, in the extreme case choosing to renege on (apart of) the debt. It seems that in view of the written agreement between our countries the burden of legal opinion could hardly have weighed on our side (quite apart from the virtual impossibility of deciding such a bilateral matter in a multilateral forum). Further, on account of strategic considerations, exercising such an option may not have been desirable.

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