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Economy Current Affairs Quiz/Questions-Answers March 2013, March 4-March 10

Mar 11, 2013 11:03 IST

Get an insight about the economic events of the world by solving these quizzes. These quizzes have been developed taking into consideration the latest economic events to help in keeping up the pace with the competitive world.

1. Union Government of India on 7 March 2013 approved export of what quantity of wheat from its Godowns?
A. 10 Miilion Tonnes
B. 5 Million Tonnes
C. 15 Milion Tonnes
D. 20 Million Tonnes
Answer: (B) 5 Million

2. What is the hike percentage on Defence Budget over the last year 2012-13, as allocated in the Union budget 2013-14 thus promising more funds required for national security?
A. 14 Percent
B. 12 Percent
C. 10 Percent
D. 9 Percent
Answer: (A) 14 Percent

3. What is the percentage of Investment allowance as proposed in the Union Budget 2013-14 for investment in plant & machinery?
A. 10 Percent
B. 12 Percent
C. 13 Percent
D. 15 Percent
Answer: (D) 15 Percent

4. Which of the financial regulator is not included among four financial regulators who signed an agreement on 8 March 2013 among each other for co-operation on consolidated supervision and monitoring of financial groups?
C. Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority
Answer: (D) IMF

5. What growth percent is estimated by World Bank for the Indian Economy during 2013-14?
A. 6 Percent
B. 7 Percent
C. 8 Percent
D. 4 Percent
Answer: (A) 6 Percent


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