Foreign Exchange Regulations in India - Enterslice Share

  • Check with seller
  • Published date: July 13, 2021
    • Noida, Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

The Foreign Exchange Regulation Act(FERA) of 1973 was repealed In 1999, and the Foreign Management Act of 1999 was enacted in its place (FEMA). The Indian Parliament passed FEMA, which went into effect on June 1, 2000. FEMA was created to address all of FERA's shortcomings and loopholes. As a result, the FEMA Act included a number of substantial modifications. The primary goal of the FEMA Act was to assist the orderly development, external payments, and maintenance of India's foreign currency market.

Contact No: 09870310368
Result 0 votes
Enterslice Group
0 votes
Share by email Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn Pin on Pinterest

Related listings

Useful information

  • Avoid scams by acting locally or paying with PayPal
  • Never pay with Western Union, Moneygram or other anonymous payment services
  • Don't buy or sell outside of your country. Don't accept cashier cheques from outside your country
  • This site is never involved in any transaction, and does not handle payments, shipping, guarantee transactions, provide escrow services, or offer "buyer protection" or "seller certification"