11th February 2022
India’s Finance Minister presented the 2022 Budget on 1 February, aimed at giving a massive push to infrastructure spending that aims to enhance job creation and boost economic activity.
The government projected India's GDP growth at 9.27%, the highest among the world’s major economies. This means India is in a strong position to overcome any future challenges.
With the next 25 years leading up to India’s 100-years of independence, this budget presents a roadmap for the economy which is focused on four key pillars of development:
1. inclusive development
2. productivity enhancement
3. energy transition
4. and climate action
Our members in India have prepared various publications to share the key takeaways from the economy, policy, and tax announcements made in the Budget speech.
Click on the links below to access:
Our thanks to our members
Bagaria & Co, Mumbai; C.R. Sharedalal & Co., Gujarat; Gopal Chopra & Associates, New Delhi; Kamdar Desai & Patel, Mumbai, SBS and Company LLP, Hyderabad.
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