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Startups are hopeful that the government drops the requirement for IMB certification for this and creates a level playing field for startups in India as compared to their global counterparts.
The expectations were to hear some sweeping changes which is why most seem to think of this as a lackluster budget.
Building on India's vision to be a $5 trillion economy by 2025, Nirmala Sitharaman announced a series of measures aimed at bolstering the flagging economy. The end result was a mixed bag of plans and policies eliciting a lukewarm response from the markets.
India's finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday presented the first budget of the new decade, with a broad focus around three themes: aspirational India, economic development and a caring society.
Sector Focused Policies Over the last one year, several sectors have witnessed a downward spiral and here's what the economy needs
As the government eases rules this puts India as a favourable destination for foreign brands like Apple, Ikea, H&M
The government has already set up an aggressive disinvestment target for the FY 2019-20 and for that to materialize it needs buoyant equity markets
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The minister acknowledged the efforts of the NBFCs, who play an important role in sustaining consumption demand as well as capital formation among the MSMEs