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India's external debt went up 12.4% to $529.7 billion in March

The external debt level, however, suffered from valuation loss after the US dollar depreciated against major currencies that time

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India's external debt increased 12.4 per cent in March 2018 from a year-ago figures, primarily on account of an increase in commercial borrowings, short-term debt, and deposits from non-resident Indians (NRIs). At the end of March 2018, India's external debt was at $529.7 billion, recording an increase of $58.4 billion over its level at the end of March 2017, the RBI said in a notification. The external debt level, however, suffered from valuation loss after the US dollar depreciated against major currencies that time. The dollar has started strengthening now. ...