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87. What is the state of India's basic input sectors at present?

(a) These sectors attract Foreign Direct Investment because of their vast potential.

(b) These sectors are lagging as projects are usually awarded to foreign companies

(c) These sectors are stagnating and badly in need of reforms

(d) These sectors are well regulated as these are governed by the State

(e) None of the above

88. Which of the following can be said about the Indian economy at present?

(a) It can comfortably achieve double digit growth rate at present.

(b) High food prices have led to overheating of the economy.

(c) Citizens are affluent owing to laxity in regulation.

(d) Private sector confidence in India's growth potential high

(e) Unreformed sectors are a drag on economic growth.

89. What impact has the GDP growth of7.8 percent had?

(A) Indian Industry is anxious about India's economic growth.

(B) India has achieved status as the world's third largest economy at present.

(C) Foreign investment in India has drastically increased.

(a) Only (A) (b) All (A), (B) and (C)

(c) Only (A) and (C) (d) Only (A) and (B)

(e) None of these

90. Which of the following is most opposite in meaning to the word MARKED given in bold as used in the passage?

(a) Decreased (b) Ignored

(c) Clear (d) Assessed

(e) Imperceptible

91. What is the author's main objective in writing the passage?

(a) Showcasing the potential of India's growth potential to entice foreign investors

(b) Exhorting India to implement measures to live up to its potential.

(c) Recommending India's model of development to other developing countries.

(d) Berating the private sector for not bidding for infrastructure development projects.

(e) Criticising the measures taken by India during the global economic crisis.

92. What measures do experts suggest be taken to ensure targeted economic growth?

(a) Lowering of interest rates to help industries hit by recession

(b) Prolonged financial support for basic input industries

(c) Incentives to Indian companies to invest in infrastructure

(d) Formulation of policies, and their implementation in factor markets

(e) Stringent-implementation of licensing system

Last Updated (Sunday, 16 September 2012 19:50)