# Current Affairs - Economy

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### Exercise :: Economy - Latest Current Affairs

• Economy - Latest Current Affairs
1.

The CARE lowered the centre's fiscal deficit projection to how many percent of the GDP for FY21?

 A. 10% B. 8.5% C. 7.8% D. 9%

Explanation:

The CARE Ratings has revised downwards its projection of the Centre's fiscal deficit to 7.8 per cent of GDP during FY21.

2.

The New Foreign Trade Policy 2021-26 will come into effect from which date?

 A. March 31st B. April 1st C. March 1st D. February 1st

Explanation:

The New Foreign Trade Policy 2021-26 will be brought into effect from April 1, 2021.

3.

What is the projected GDP rate of India as per the report of Nomura for the fiscal 2020-21?

 A. -6.7 B. -5.5 C. -10.5 D. -10

Explanation:

The Japanese brokerage Nomura has revised upward the GDP forecast for India in 2020-21 and now expects it to contract to 6.7 percent.

4.

The UBS has estimated the GDP of India by how much percent for FY22?

 A. 10 % B. 11.5 % C. 9.5 % D. 7 %

Explanation:

The UBS further expects the economy to rebound at 11.5 percent in FY22.

5.

What is the India's GDP growth rate that has been projected by the ICRA?

 A. 10.1 % B. 11.2 % C. 15 % D. 9 %