Are Returning Indians permitted to acquire fresh foreign currency assets by remittance from India

Question: Are Returning Indians permitted to acquire fresh foreign currency assets by remittance from India?

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Raju Kanumuri: Yes, provided the funds for the purpose are drawn out of their Resident Foreign Currency Accounts

Source : Reserve Bank Of India

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