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PTI
New Delhi, February 3, 2019
The government will continue to face challenges in meeting its fiscal targets, primarily due to structural increases in spending and difficulties in raising revenue further, says Moody's Investors Service.


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February 2, 2019



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February 2, 2019



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 2, 2019
Though many people are calling an election Budget, the Finance Minister believes it takes care of every sector of the economy.


PTI
February 2, 2019
\"With this budget, growth is likely to improve further and meeting 7.5 per cent real GDP target,\" says Karun Rishi, president of USA-India Chamber of Commerce.


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February 2, 2019



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February 1, 2019



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Aprajita Sharma
February 1, 2019
Nomura estimated these tax benefits to the middle income class leading to a benefit of Rs 18,500 crore i.e. 0.1 per cent of GDP.


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February 1, 2019



Aprajita Sharma
February 1, 2019
Sectorally, auto, banking, agriculture, and FMCG stocks rallied as budget measures are expected to provide a boost to sectors in domestic consumption like automobiles, consumer staples and durables, real estate, building materials, home improvement and retail-focussed banking and financials.


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BusinessToday.In
February 1, 2019
While FDI inflows have shot up under the Modi government, the inflow growth rate has been dipping and FDI as a proportion of GDP had actually peaked under UPA-I


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February 1, 2019



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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 1, 2019
Budget 2019: Speculations are rife that the government will make numerous announcements in its outgoing Budget to please the electorate.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 1, 2019
Finance Minister Piyush Goyal: Fiscal deficit has come down to 3.4 per cent in revised estimate of 2018-19; current account deficit expected to be 2.5 per cent this year.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 1, 2019
India's GDP growth rate in 2010-11, which falls during his second term as the Prime Minister, is the highest recorded, even after the recalibrated GDP data. Recalculated data shows Indian economy growing faster under the Modi government, though.


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