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    By Anil Gupta

    The budget announced by the Union Finance minister bodes very well for the industrial manufacturing and the infrastructure sectors. Under the 12th five year plan the government has

  • By Andrew Holland

    Given the political backdrop ahead of the budget, our expectations were, in any case, low and we were not disappointed with the finance minister delivering a “what can be done”

  • By Amitabh Chaudhry

    This is a budget that reflects the pragmatism of the man who presented it. You will need to appreciate the tough macroeconomic background and political instability in which this

  • By Amit burman

    This year’s Union Budget began with a lot of promise but ended up being a non-event. The finance minister clearly showed the government’s intent in tackling some of the

  • By A Vellayan

    This appears to be a modest budget that attempts to recognise the need for consolidating the present financial status of the country and provide stability to the economy.
    There is

  • By A Ananthanarayanan

    The finance minister delivered the budget in a scenario where growth is slowing down significantly in the economy with the manufacturing sector performing the worst, a high inflation rate especially

  • By Dilli raj

    The finance minister, Pranab Mukherjee announced in his Budget speech that the microfinance institutions (development and regulation) bill will be introduced in the present session of Parliament.
    We are delighted

  • By Gagan banga

    Financial year 2011-12 was marked by the intensification of debt crisis in Euro zone, political turmoil in Middle East and rise in crude oil prices. Considering these factors and