RBI notifies special series of G-Secs under 'fully accessible route'

FPI limit in corporate bonds raised; special series to enable inclusion in global indices

Reserve Bank of India, RBI

The RBI raised upwards the FPI limits for corporate bonds to 15 per cent, from 9 per cent, for 2020-21.

New Delhi
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday said it will issue certain series of government securities (G-secs) under the “fully accessible route”. These special securities will attract no foreign

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