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RBI took steps to promote rupee as preferred currency for global trade: FM



Finance Minister on Monday said the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has taken steps to promote rupee as the preferred currency for in order to promote exports.


Last month, asked banks to put in place additional arrangements for and import transactions in Indian rupees in view of increasing interest of the global trading community in the domestic currency.


has put in place the arrangement for invoicing, payment, and settlement of exports/ in INR in order to promote growth of with emphasis on exports from India and to support the increasing interest of global trading community in INR,” she said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha.


According to the minister, the central bank has put in place the arrangement in order to promote growth of by reducing the dependence on hard currency, with emphasis on exports from India and to support the increasing interest of global trading community in INR.


She also noted that an increase in exports may help reduce the trade deficit.


The framework allowing invoicing and payments for international trade in INR is applicable for any partner country seeking to undertake trade with India in INR in terms of circular.


As per the RBI circular, the approval process is that for opening of Special INR Vostro accounts, banks of partner countries may approach Authorised Dealer (AD) banks in India which may seek approval from RBI with details of the arrangement.


In another reply, Sitharaman said the Pradhan Mantri Suraksha Bima Yojana (PMSBY) is a one-year personal accident insurance scheme, renewable from year to year and is available on pan-India basis to bank or post office account holders in the age group 18 to 70 years who give their consent to join and enable auto-debit.


The scheme offers coverage for Rs 2 lakh in case of accidental death or total permanent disability and Rs 1 lakh for partial permanent disability due to an accident, she said.


The minister said the Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyoti Bima Yojana (PMJJBY) is a one-year life insurance scheme, renewable from year to year and is available on pan India basis to bank or post office account holders in the age group 18 to 50 years who give their consent to join and enable auto-debit.


The scheme offers coverage for Rs 2 lakh in case of death due to any reason.

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