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Editorials/Opinions Analysis For UPSC 20 April 2022


Editorials/Opinions Analysis For UPSC 20 April 2022


Contents

  1. Upholding the Right to Repair
  2. Cryptos and CBDCs are not the same thing

Upholding the Right to Repair


Context

Apple recently announced that consumers will have the right to purchase spare components of their products, following an order of the Federal Trade Commission of the United States, which directs manufacturers to remedy unfair anti-competitive practice and asks them to make sure that consumers can make repairs, either themselves or by a third-party agency. The momentum is, however, not so strong in India.

Relevance

GS-II: Government Policies and Interventions for Development in various sectors and Issues arising out of their Design and Implementation.

Dimensions of the Article

  • Challenges in repairing of Electronic Goods
  • Right to Repair
  • International Practices
  • Way Forward

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Cryptos and CBDCs are not the same thing


Context

Cryptocurrency will be discouraged via taxation and capital gains provisions. This was the message from the Finance Minister during the Budget discussion in Parliament.

Relevance

GS-III: Indian Economy and issues relating to Planning, Mobilization of Resources, Growth, Development and Employment.

Dimensions of the Article

  • Growing worry about the Cryptocurrencies
  • Crypto as Currency
  • Why CBDC is not a Solution
  • Way Forward

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