What is the limit on the amount of money for trade related transactions under RDA?

A ₹5 lakh Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
B ₹10 lakh Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
C ₹15 lakh Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
D ₹20 lakh Correct Answer Incorrect Answer
E None of these Correct Answer Incorrect Answer


Rupee Drawing Arrangement (RDA) is a channel to receive cross-border remittances from overseas jurisdictions. Under this arrangement, the Authorized Category I banks enter into tie-ups with the non-resident Exchange Houses in the FATF compliant countries to open and maintain their Vostro Account. The cross- border inward remittances into India under RDA is primarily on private account. The remitter and the beneficiary should be individuals barring a few exceptions. Remittances through Exchange Houses for financing of trade transactions are also permitted up to certain limit. This scheme is not used for cross-border outward remittances from India. There is no limit on the remittance amount as well as on the number of remittances. However, there is an upper cap of Rs.15.00 lakh for trade related transactions. No cash disbursement of remittances is allowed under RDA. The remittances have to be credited to the bank account of the beneficiary.

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