Economy One-Liners for various competitive examinations
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1- A few sellers, many buyers is the basic characteristic of Oligopoly.
2- In 1972 and 1973 respectively the cocking coals and non-cocking coal mines in India nationalized.
3-Minor ports like Kakinada, Machilipatnam, Bheemunipatnam, and Krishnapatnam are in Andhra Pradesh.
4- The fifth plans aimed at the removal of poverty and the attainment of self-reliance.
5-People belonging to 18-35 age group are eligible for training under TRYSEM scheme.
6-In terms of geographical area India occupies the seventh position in the world.
7-MS Swaminathan was the chief architect of Green Revolution that significantly improved the agricultural yield in the country.
8-The Mumbai Stock Exchange was set up in 1875.
9-TRYSEM was launched with the objective of helping the poor in rural areas to become self-employed.
10-Central Statistical Organization estimates the National Income in India.
11-NSDL stands for National Securities Depository Limited.
12-The Chota Nagpur Plateau famous for its mineral deposits is in Jharkhand.
13-V Kurien is known as the ‘Father of White Revolution.
14- Tea industry employs the largest number of women in India.
15-Maastricht Treaty provided for a common currency for the member countries of the European Community.
16- ‘Bulls and Bears’ are associated with the Stock Exchange market.
17-State Financial Corporations give assistance mainly to develop small and medium scale industries.
18-In the year 1952 was the policy of population planning adopted by the government of India.
19-The terms TRIPS and TRIMS are related to GATT.
20- In the year 1991 was the new liberalized industrial policy announced in India.
21-During the 3rd Five Year Plan, the annual growth rate of National Income was the lowest.
22-Chelliah Committee of 1992 deals with the overhauling of our tax system.
23- The value of goods and services produced in a country within a year is called gross national product at market prices.
24-In India, inflation is measured by national income deflation.
25-National income is the net domestic product at the market price.
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