Parekh welcomes the government’s emphasis on the rural and farm sectors in Budget 2017
NASSCOM says the tax concession for startups will only help in the long term.
Arun Jaitley sets up Rs 1 lakh crore rail safety fund
Finance Minister said labour law reforms will increase productivity and create more jobs
Munjal also welcomed lower corporate tax for MSMEs in the Union Budget 2017.
No amount of anonymous money in political funding is possible now, says Rahul Bajaj.
Pharma sector representatives say the Budget failed to address sector specific challenges.
HDFC’s Keki Mistry welcomes government’s decision to not stray from the path of fiscal prudence.
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Government to focus on science education, flexibility in curriculum.
Finance Minister provides some relief to banks saddled with high levels of bad debt
90% of foreign investment comes under the automatic route, said the Finance Minister
The Finance Ministry, earlier this month, began the budgetary exercise for 2019-20.
The government will stick to fiscal prudence and slash corporate tax rate to 25%, says Arvind Virmani.
Indian software exporters are facing headwinds in the business environment.
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Modi’s government decided to halve the tax rate for people earning between Rs 2.5-5 lakh.
GST and demonetisation will go a long way in creating jobs, says Manish Sabharwal.
Did the government fulfil the industry’s expectations?
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Budget 2017 was high in details but lacking in the big picture view, said Abheek Barua.
Jaitley has proposed to reduce the income tax for smaller companies to 25%.
The CII is also recommending that the corporate tax rate be brought down to 18%.
Artificial intelligence makes serious inroads into the Indian banking system.