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Budget 2017-18 will be here soon (1 Feb 2017) and Capitalmind will, as usual, cover it extensively.
The Budget tells us the past direction of the economy and where we hope it will go in the next 365 days. This year, the Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley citing state elections has moved it back by a month. (Up to last year the Union Budget took place on the last working day of the month of February, and this year the event has been scheduled for the 1st February, 2017).
In continuation of our tradition of covering the past 10 Union Budget sessions (you can catch all our previous editions here: 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Here is the broad coverage of Budget 2016 (a quick glance back) or you can download our free e-book Budgetonomics here.
What we think will happen in next year’s Budget? This is what we think the theme would be around lot many things including now that the government has just passed the litmus test of Demon-Monetization.
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Hum pairo se nahi hoslo se uda karte hain
We cover the budget in different ways, by looking largely at data. A few things that will impact the budget, and the expectations:
At the end of it all, there will be a book for purchase. Free for Premium members, of course.
Tell us what you’d like us to cover!