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Debjani Ghosh, Vice President Sales and Marketing Group, Managing Director South Asia, Intel

This budget, unlike any other, has not treated technology in isolation but integrated the effective use of technology across all the strategic imperatives in keeping with the intent of a Digital India.

The Union Budget 2016/17 presented by the Finance Minister is a step ahead from the Start-up India, Stand up India initiative announced earlier this year.
The plans laid out in the budget for fiscal 2016/17 are pretty ambitious, which I believe a big positive - however the key lies in implementation.
Higher spends on road infrastructure will improve supply chain efficiency and reduce the wastage of perishable commodities.
The budget 2016 clearly depicts that the government is in full support of start ups and Make In India initiatives.
We congratulate the Finance Minister and the government on announcing an efficient and effective budget to curtail the fiscal deficit, without a cut in expenditure.
Budget is a journey and clearly one year does not tell the full story - but this was Budget No. 3, so expectations were singularly high.
Tata Power welcomes the Union budget 2016/2017 and appreciates the Government's balanced effort to maintain Current Account Deficit under a strict disciplined regime.