Can the Union Budget 2020 Revive India’s Economy?
On February 1, India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her second Union Budget with plans to re-energise the Indian economy through a series of reforms and measures. The Budget was focussed around three themes - aspirational India, economic development for all, and building a caring society.
On February 27, Rohit Kapur, Dezan Shira & Associates’ India Managing Director will answer the single most important question: Can the Union Budget 2020 revive India’s economy?
Slowdown in the Indian economy meant Union Budget 2020 was expected to revive local consumption, boost income and purchasing power of Indians, and lay special emphasis on agriculture, infrastructure, and wellness to stimulate growth in India.
Join us in this webinar to decode the key budget announcements and understand the expenditure and receipt (revenue) side of the budget. Rohit’s presentation will include the following topics:
- Union Budget 2020 – Introduction
- Budget Proposals
- Expenditure and Receipt Analysis
- Impact of Budget on Foreign Companies
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