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Impact of the Budget on the financial services sector
Date: Monday, 2 March 2015

Impact of the Budget on foreign investors
Date: Wednesday, 4 March 2015

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Correct inverted duty structure, raise FDI in defence

Business Today, 24 February 2015

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Service tax has been increased from 12.6% to 14%, in-line with the GST reforms. Dharmesh Panchal, Partner, PwC India, discusses key aspects of Budget 2015

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It is good that Budget 2015 takes a long-term view of the role banking and financial services will play in the economic ecosystem, says Shinjini Kumar, Leader, Banking and Capital Markets, PwC India

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Transactions enabled by digital signatures will facilitate trade, especially with respect to eCommerce, says Satish S, Director, PwC India

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Now that debt falls in the central bank's bucket and equity in the central government's, we might be looking at an increased speed in decision making, says Shinjini Kumar, Leader, Banking and Capital Markets, PwC India

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Introduction of GST will positively impact the technology sector and will help resolve some lingering indirect tax issues says Sandeep Ladda, Leader, Technology

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The highlight of Budget 2015 is the fact that it supports the various ideas that have been floated by the government in the last few months says, Nikhil Bhatia, Partner, PwC India

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Refreshing and different, Budget 2015 it is the workmen's budget on a macro level. It focuses on the small things, much like this government's philosophy, says Vishal J Shah, Partner, PwC India