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Team BT
New Delhi, June 24, 2019
Agriculture, infrastructure, exports, financial services and taxation are some of the critical sectors that need immediate attention. The 2019 Budget needs to address these concerns


Reuters
June 21, 2019
Since becoming prime minister in 2014, Modi succeeded in improving public finances, trimming the fiscal deficit to 3.4% of gross domestic product (GDP) from 4.5% in 2013/14, mostly through subsidies cuts and fuel taxes


Reuters
New Delhi, June 21, 2019
Slipping fiscal discipline would hurt the \"credibility\" of the budget and in turn hit investment, the bond market and the rupee, analysts say


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 12, 2019
The CMIE review said that investment demand is likely to be weak. The review also added that India achieved its fiscal deficit target for 2018-19 by reducing fiscal management to a \"numbers game\".


PTI
May 17, 2019



PTI
April 25, 2019



PTI
April 9, 2019
The interim Budget presented in February revised upward the fiscal deficit target to 3.4 per cent from 3.3 per cent of GDP estimated earlier for 2018-19


PTI
April 9, 2019



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 2, 2019
Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Some provisions made in the Congress manifesto seem like they want to protect Maoist and Jehadis in the country, said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley


PTI
March 28, 2019



PTI
New Delhi, March 26, 2019
'Congress party had promised 'Garibi Hatao' in 1971, 'One Rank One Pension' in 2008, food security in 2013 to win elections, but could not fulfil any of those, said Kumar


PTI
March 25, 2019



PTI
March 22, 2019



PTI
March 12, 2019



Rakesh Krishnan
New Delhi, February 17, 2019
The revoking of the Most Favoured Nation to Pakistan is just the beginning of the pain for Pakistan. After decades of treating its dangerous neighbour with kid gloves, India is waking up to Chanakya's famous aphorism: \"The antidote of poison is poison, not nectar.\"


PTI
February 5, 2019



PTI
New Delhi, February 5, 2019
Lack of a formal capital support plan for the public sector banks (PSBs) was also credit negative, middle-class tax relief and measures to boost farmers' incomes are credit positive for Indian asset-backed securities and residential mortgage-backed securities.


PTI
February 5, 2019



PTI
February 5, 2019



Reuters
New Delhi, January 31, 2019
Some big and small business leaders are asking: Where will the money come from? They fear the tens of billions of dollars it would be expected to cost will mean higher taxes and reduced spending on badly needed infrastructure such as roads and railways.


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