Budget 2017, Union Budget, Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, Parliament
Budget 2017 proposals - TP and BEPS

The Finance Bill 2017 proposed few changes in relation to transfer pricing and aligning the Indian regulations to the Base Erosion and Profit Sharing ('BEPS') Action Plan.

 
 
There were high expectations from the budget 2017, as it was presented about three months after the biggest economic experiment in Indian history.
The Budget has the potential to reverse the declining investment cycle and spur demand growth, eventually building up to 7 per cent-plus GDP growth in 2017/18

Still, the 'narrow' corridor managed to include measures to boost consumption, to provide growth stimulus, and to ensure fiscal discipline.

 
 

This Budget has relied on strengthening strategies for agricultural progress articulated in the previous year, rather than new initiatives

FM Jaitley has been prudent financially and focused on some good proposals, but he has not unveiled any breakthrough idea

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