Indian Economy MCQ-241

Indian Economy Model Questions for TET,NDA,UPSC,CDS,RRB,WBPSC,HPSC,CivilsPrelims Exams

IMF was established to meet which of the following objectives ?

1 . Promoting international monetary co-operation
2 . Expanding international trade
3 . Lessening the disequilibrium in balance of trade
4 . Avoiding competitive exchange depreciations

Codes :


‘World Bank’ is also known as :


The capital of IMF is made up by contribution of the :


World Bank helps countries with loans for the purpose of:


S.D.R. stands for :


‘The Doing Business Report’ is prepared by which of the following organisations every year ?


The head office of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is in :


‘The Doing Business Report’, an international publication is published every year by which of the following organisation (s) ?

1 . World Bank
2 . WTO


The IMF and the World Bank were conceived – as institutions to :


Where is the headquarter of International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) located ?


The term ‘Paper Gold’ means :


In which year was the World Bank formed ?


consider the following organisations :

1 . International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)
2 . International Finance Corporation (IFC)
3 . International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)
4 . International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Which of these are agencies .of the United Nations ?


‘World Development Report’ is annual publication of :


How is the United Nation Monetary and Financial Conference where in the agreements were signed to set up IBRD, GATT and IMF, commonly known ?


Regarding the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which one of the following statements is correct ?


Production is at socially ideal level under :


Which one of the following is a residual earning ?


New firms are barred from entering the market in :


Who says : ‘The propensity to consume is stable in the short run’ ?


The supply of a commodity does NOT depend directly upon :


Capital information in an economy depends on :


Price cost is equal to :


An expenditure that has been made and cannot be recovered is called :


Who propounded the ‘market law’ ?