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An in-depth online analysis of the Union Budget 2001-02.

    Budget Impact: Information Technology

    Budget Impact: Other Sectors

    Budget Impact: Cement

    Budget Impact: Pharmaceuticals

    Budget Impact: Insurance

    Budget Impact: Steel

    Budget Impact: Automobiles

    Budget Impact: Textiles

    Budget Impact: Fertilisers

    Budget Impact: Food processing

    Fiscal Deficit -- The FM did it: D&B

    Ask, and you shall receive…, said the FM

    Union Budget: Looking good from all angles
The focus of the budget has been clearly the spurring of investments in infrastructure sector through enhanced tax holiday periods, says D&B.

    Railway Budget: Simply populist
The railway minister has chosen to follow a populist approach rather than address the woes plaguing the railways, says D&B.

    Economic growth remains elusive
D&B believes that current indicators do not support the optimistic projections made by the Economic Survey for industrial growth.

    Budget 2001-02: How will taxes change?
D&B opines that the budget initiatives would be more on the lines of enforcing compliance rather than ushering in major structural changes.

    FY 2000-01: A Budgetary Review
Rising fiscal deficit, burgeoning debt, slowdown in industrial growth and sagging capital market are some of the key issues that would weigh heavily on the finance minister when he delivers his fourth consecutive budget.

    Pre-budget sector focus: Petrochemicals

    Pre-budget sector focus: Paper

    Pre-budget sector focus: Oil and gas

    Pre-budget sector focus: Insurance

    Pre-budget sector focus: Food Processing

    Pre-budget sector focus: Civil Aviation

    Pre-budget sector focus: Pharmaceuticals

    Pre-budget sector focus: Cigarettes

    Pre-budget sector focus: Shipping

    Pre-budget sector focus: Steel

    Pre-budget sector focus: Paints

    Pre-budget sector focus: Sugar

    Pre-budget sector focus: Automobiles

    Pre-budget sector focus: Cement

    Pre-budget sector focus: Hotel

    Pre-budget sector focus: Banking

    Pre-budget sector focus: Fertiliser


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