Foreign Exchange Market in India

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Foreign Exchange Market in India works under the central government in India and executes wide powers to control transactions in foreign exchange. The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 or FEMA regulates the whole foreign exchange market in India. Before this act was introduced, the foreign exchange market in India was regulated by the reserve bank of India through the Exchange Control Department, by the FERA or Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1947. After independence, FERA was introduced as a temporary measure to regulate the inflow of the foreign capital. But with the economic and industrial development, the need for conservation of foreign currency was urgently felt and on the recommendation of the Public Accounts Committee, the Indian government passed the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1973 and gradually, this act became famous as FEMA.

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