Finance ministry: India

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Finance: Indian government data

THE Ministry of Finance is responsible for administration of finances of the Government. It is concerned with all economic and financial matters affecting the country as a whole including mobilisation of resources for development and other purposes. It regulates expenditure of the Government including transfer of resources to the states.

This Ministry comprises five departments, namely,

(i) Economic Affairs, See Economic Affairs: India

(ii) Expenditure, See Expenditure Department: India

(iii) Revenue, See Revenue Department :India

(iv) Disinvestment, See Disinvestment: India

and

(v) Financial Services. See Banking, India: II (government data) <> The link Insurance, life and general: India leads to further articles on Insurance

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