The Union Budget 2018 will be presented on Thursday, February 1, by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and he is facing enormous challenge to control the spiralling prices of petrol and diesel.
Both demonetisation and GST, it is obvious, have disrupted the economy – and all evidence suggests the worst may be behind us – but as the Economic Survey points out, what is less appreciated is the role played by interest rates.
Budget 2018: Concerned over future of the sunrise industry which is facing threat due to the proposed imposition of 70 per cent safeguard duty on import of solar power equipment, sector experts are expecting some breather from the Union Budget 2018-19. Industry experts believe that the imposition will not only increase the tariff by almost Re 1.
Budgetary support to the Indian Railways may be cut by at least Rs 150 billion or 27 percent in the upcoming Union Budget 2018, indicated a report on Business Standard.
On Budget 2018 Date Of February 1, These Top 5 Concerns Of Common Man May Be Addressed By Modi Government
Union Budget 2018 date is nearing and expectations are quite high surrounding the announcements to be made by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on February 1.
Tepid PLF growth and stressed financials to result in halving of investments in the convectional power generation; renewables, T&D to be the drivers hereon