Reserve Bank of India


The central bank of India, founded in 1935, which maintains the monetary policy of its national currency, the rupee, and the nation's currency reserves. It is a member of the Asian Clearing Union. The primary function of this establishment is to regulate the issuing of bank notes to ensure secure monetary stability in India.

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