Budget 2011: other media coverage -18 February 2011

Budget 2011: other media coverage -18 February 2011

The Economic Times

Budget 2011: IOC wants 100 per cent excise roll-back

The Indian Oil Corporation today sought a full roll-back of duty on crude to keep petroleum prices under check. (Read complete story)

Budget 2011: Appropriate fiscal policies needed for oil & gas sector; says Akhil Sambhar, Tax professional, Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young’s Akhil Sambhar puts his view on the forthcoming budget (Read complete story)

Budget 2011 should address tax challenges faced by insurance sector: Prakash Shah, Tax professional, Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young’s Prakash Shah puts his view on the forthcoming budget (Read complete story)

Budget 2011: Rural utility vehicles may get excise relief

Vehicles meant for rural markets may get some excise duty relief in the forthcoming budget , helping customers to enjoy competitive pricing (Read complete story)

Budget 2011 may give sops on farm loans

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/budget-2011-may-give-sops-on-farm-loans/articleshow/7513923.cms

The government plans to provide incentives on farm loans in the Budget (Read complete story)

Moneycontrol.com

Union Budget 2011-12 Expectations: Unicon Investment

Unicon Investment has come out with a report on Union Budget 2011-12 Expectations (Read complete story)

What retail industry expects from budget 2011?

Govind Shrikhande, customer care associate & managing director of Shoppers Stop Ltd on the upcoming budget (Read complete story)

Low on expectations for Budget 2011: Sharekhan

Sharekhan has come out with a report on budget expectations for the year 2010-2011 (Read complete story)

Budget 2011: Macquarie Cap’s expectations for infra sector

In an interview with CNBC-TV18, Inderjeetsingh Bhatia, Macquarie Capital Securities, speaks about his expectation from the budget for the infrastructure sector (Read complete story)

The Financial Express

Tax exemption limit should be 2 lakh

A tax-free status for fixed deposits up to three years and more would also be a welcome move (Read complete story)

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