2 min read.Updated: 03 Feb 2017, 01:53 AM ISTJames Owen
The government's continuing thrust against corruption and its emphasis on regulatory compliance in the budget is welcome
It was inevitable. In some ways, this budget was expected to be a quiet interlude. It was set against the big disruptions of demonetization in the preceding quarter and the transition to a new tax regime in the coming months, moves that are likely to have far deeper and more positive impact on the economy in the long run than a budget influenced by impending state elections. In that sense, it has lived up to expectations.
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