Policies to cure balance of payment deficits, Managerial Economics

Policies to cure Balance of Payment deficits

The measures available to tackle balance of payments deficits include short term measures such as deflation, import controls, devaluation of a fixed exchange rate or a managed downward float of the exchange rate in the short-run and foreign exchange controls and long term measures such as Export promotion and Import Substitution.

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