NRI deposits are popularly known as

(a) Soft money

(b) Hot money

(c) Call money

(d) Dear money

NRI deposits are popularly known as (a) Soft money (b) Hot money (c) Call money (d) Dear..

Answer / samuel krupakar

( b ) Hot money

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