Aranca releases analysis of India Budget 2013-14

Published on 01 Mar, 2013

Global research and analytics firm Aranca releases its analysis of the much anticipated India Budget in a report titled, ‘Budget 2013-14: Playing by (Y)ear’

Aranca, a leading research and analytics provider to global clients, has just released its analysis of the India Budget in a report prepared by analysts from the company. The report aims to address some of the core questions surrounding the budget and includes commentary in four sections - GDP, fiscal deficit and taxation matters; proposals to boost investment; measures on corporate fund raising and initiatives in core sectors and sectoral impact analysis.

Talking about the need for the report Madhusudan Rajagopalan, Director, India Operations said, “Just as we track the world markets, we closely track the Indian economy for several of our domestic and international clients. Against the threat of a downgrade for India plus the added interest of being the populist budget leading up to an election year, we felt it would be interesting to present our view of how this year’s union budget has performed vis-à-vis expectations from both India and abroad.”

The Aranca team comprising senior analysts looked at how the budget held up against the wish-lists which included fiscal and current account deficit reduction, boosting growth and creating a stable taxation regime. The report also offers some detail on the union budget in its ability to provide impetus to infrastructure sector growth.

You can download a copy of the report here: http://www.aranca.com/downloads/special-reports/Aranca-Report-Budget-2013-14.pdf


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