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India's budget was no big bang event, but it is still pro-growth

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The Indian budget, presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Feb 28, was one of the most anticipated in recent memory. Reactions have been mixed but what is apparent is that the minister's maiden full-year budget was meant to set the stage for reviving India's US$2 trillion economy over the next five years, before the next elections are due.

THE Indian budget, presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Feb 28, was one of the most anticipated in recent memory. Reactions have been mixed but what is apparent is that the minister's maiden full-year budget was meant to set the stage for reviving India's US$2 trillion economy over the

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