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Latest Articles in Pre budget Expectations 2020

An Overview Of Fintech Sector’s Expectations From Union Budget 2020-21

The rise of fintech in India can be attributed to various macroeconomic factors, including favourable demographic profile, availability of cheap internet, penetration of smartphones and an enabling regulatory regime.

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Convert Input Subsidy To Direct Income Support For Farmers: Anil Ghanwat

Anil Ghanwat, President, Shetkari Sangathna, talks to BW Businessworld’s Prabodh Krishna about his expectations from the Union Budget FY 20-21. Excerpts:

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Solving The Issues Of Macro Environment: Krishna Kumar Karwa, MD, Emkay Global Financial Services

The government’s capacity to spend more is seriously dented by its already high borrowing programme and likely fiscal slippages.

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Pre-budget Expectation: What Is The Logistics Sector Anticipating This Year?

Since logistics is the proverbial growth engine of the economy, let us have a look at how the sector can add to the nation’s growth trajectory.

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Housing To Provide Traction

The residential sector will shine in 2020. Additionally, segments like rental housing, group housing, ready-to-move-in units will attract more customers.

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Sowing A Future Of Plenty

The year 2020 will benefit from recharged acquifer's after 2019's healthy rainfall and thus, promises a good Kharif harvest.

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The Human Connection

Building socially and human-conscious enterprises will be the focus of business in 2020.

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Work In Progress

The new year will see the implementation of the modernisation and restructuring activities started by the Indian Armed Forces in the year gone.

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Set To Soar Again

Despite some headwinds this year, the civil aviation sector is growing thereby raising hopes of better times to come in 2020.

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A Lingering Cold Wave

The new year has already brought sunshine, not just to the northern plains, but to some economic indicators that seemed to have caught a chill throughout 2019.

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