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Convert Intentions Into Action

Nirmala Sitharaman’s first full budget as the finance minister did cover many important sectors and I feel the ones mentioned below will be some of the most crucial in transforming the economy.

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Strengthening The Rural Footprint

This Budget falls short of meeting the industry’s expectation of steps and fiscal stimulus to help abate the agrarian crisis that the country is witnessing today.

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A Vision – Or A Dream?

Zero Budget Farming, more rural infrastructure, and rural jobs are the FM’s magic mantras for obliterating agrarian distress. Will they work?

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Breaking Fresh Ground

We are hopeful that similar steps (increase in customs duty) will also be taken to safeguard domestic industries like aluminium, copper, iron ore and coal by raising import duties or correcting inverted duty structure

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Focus On First-Time Homebuyers

The real estate sector in general and the housing sector in particular has got a fillip in the latest Budget

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Treating Symptoms, Not The Disease

Though the Budget has provided immediate relief to the NBFC sector, it has failed to tighten the systemic noose around the factors that created this crisis

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Onus Now On ‘Wealth Creators’

In tackling the tricky issue of generating jobs, the Finance Minister has passed the baton on to the ‘wealth creators’

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The $5 Trillion Economy Dream

Modi 2.0 has set for itself the goal of virtually doubling the size of the Indian economy to $5 trillion by by 2024. Will we get there?

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Industry Says ‘Yeh Dil Mange More’

In a survey commissioned by BW Businessworld, we reached out to 400 industry leaders across 12 cities, and the results were nothing less than surprising.

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Union Budget 2019: Time To Transform The Dwarfs Into Giants

M. Govinda Rao, Member, 14th Finance Commission; Ajit Ranade, President & Chief Economist, Aditya Birla Group; Yoginder K. Alagh, former Union minister; Arun Kumar, former JNU economist; and Abhijit Sen, former member of the erstwhile Planning Commission, debate on the finer points of the Union Budg

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