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The Twenty Second Issue of the Annual Publication of India s External Debt A Status Report 2015-16 released; India s external debt stock stood at US 485.6 billion at end-March 2016 increasing by US 10.6 billion (2.2 per cent) over the level at end-March 2015; The rise in External Debt was due to the rise in long-term debt particularly NRI deposits

The Twenty Second Issue of the Annual Publication of India’s External Debt: A Status Report 2015-16 released; India’s external debt stock stood at US$ 485.6 billion at end-March 2016, increasing by US$ 10.6 billion (2.2 per cent) over the level at end-March 2015; The rise in External Debt was due to the rise in long-term debt particularly NRI deposits - News and Press Release - Dated:- 20-9-2016 - The Twenty Second Issue of the Annual Publication India s External Debt: A Status Report 2015-16 pr .....

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eloping countries. The salient features of the Report are: India s external debt stock stood at US$ 485.6 billion at end-March 2016, increasing by US$ 10.6 billion (2.2 per cent) over the level at end-March 2015.The rise in external debt was due to the rise in long-term debt particularly NRI deposits. At end-March 2016, long-term external debt was US$ 402.2 billion, showing an increase of 3.3 per cent over the level of 2015 (end-March). Long-term external debt accounted for 82.8 per cent of tota .....

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a-vis US$ 89.7 billion at end-March 2015. The share of Government external debt in total external debt was 18.9 per cent at end-March 2016 vis-à-vis 18.8 per cent at end-March 2015. India s external debt has remained within manageable limits in 2015-16 as indicated by the increase in foreign exchange reserves to debt ratio to 74.2 per cent, the external debt-GDP ratio of 23.7 per cent, and fall in short term debt to 17.2 per cent. External debt of the country continues to be dominated by .....

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