Foreign Exchange Dealer’s Association of India (FEDAI)

Foreign Exchange Dealer’s Association of India (FEDAI) was set up in 1958 as an Association of banks dealing in foreign exchange in India (typically called Authorised Dealers – ADs) as a self regulatory body and is incorporated under Section 25 of The Companies Act, 1956. It’s major activities include framing of rules governing the conduct of inter-bank foreign exchange business among banks vis-à-vis public and liaison with RBI for reforms and development of forex market.

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Export Promotion Councils in India

Presently, there are fourteen Export Promotion Councils under the administrative control of the Department of Commerce. Names and addresses of these Councils are given in below. These Councils are registered as non-profit organizations under the Companies Act/ Societies Registration Act. The Councils perform both advisory and executive functions. The role and functions of these Councils are guided by the Foreign Trade Policy, 2009-14. These Councils are also the registering authorities for exporters under the Foreign…

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