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POST-BUDGET IMPACT ON SECTORS
Textile exporters may get more sops: Maran
FMCG: Gets a few indirect benefits
Cement: Excise duty structure remain unchanged
Auto: Excise duty retained at 8% for most vehicles
Steel: Sidelined by budget
Paper: Excise duty paper labels up 8%
Computer Hardware: Increased allocation for IT
Civil Aviation: No change in ATF taxes
ITC: Not hurt by the Budget
We must revisit hotel industry demand: FM
Budget brings much-needed relief to banking sector
Sugar: Budget will benefit select firms
Stimulus package to help print media
Tax sops a boon for power sector
Transportation costs of petrochemicals may go up
Budget fails to cheer oil drilling sector
Natural gas: Hike in MAT an irritant
Duty on STBs to hit India's cable operators
Removal of FBT: IT/ITES sector to benefit
Dyes & pigments: Washed out with no specific plan
Computer education: Industry demands partly met
Chlor alkali: Select few will benefit
Chemicals: Budget fails to act as catalyst
Textiles: Cotton yarn producers to gain
India's pharma cos can now invest more in R&D
Budget: Large engineering cos to benefit
Budget: A big boost to India's banking sector
Steel consumption to rise in India
Budget: India's electronic media may benefit
More investment likely in India's energy sector
Aluminium consumption to rise
Textile: Budget sops will prevent job loss
Budget likely to help retail sector grow
Infrastructure in urban areas to improve
India's auto ancillary cos to focus more on R&D
Budget disappoints electrical industry
Budget: A delicate balancing act!
Telecom industry can now eye more rural customers
Positive Budget with some negative backlog
Budget: Rural electrification gets a boost
Budget: A major boost to FMCG sector
Textile modernisation gets a TUF push
More investments likely in the Indian auto sector
Consumer durable cos to cut prices
Call for lower excise duty on big cars
Affordable housing sector to get a boost
Banks allowed to issue zero coupon bonds
India's civil aviation sector gets a lifeline
Exporters get interest subsidy, ECGC extension
Software: Tax holiday extended by one year
PRE-BUDGET SECTORAL ANALYSIS
ITeS sector wants extension of STP scheme
Create a separate shipping fund
Gems and jewellery industry wishlist
Glass: Abolish customs duty on soda ash
Hike draw back rates by 5%, say exporters
Dyes: Cut customs duty on inputs
Hotel industry wants infrastructure status
G-Secs: Yields rise on rising government borrowing
Chemical sector seeks a slew of sops
Telecom: Govt urged to rationalise various levies
Sugar: Govt to focus on rising prices
Hike customs duty on steel products, govt urged
Rubber prices harden on short supply
Retail sector seeks industry status
Real estate: Hike I-T benefit u/s 80 c
Plastic products: Cut excise duty on polymers
Pharma: Remove duties on life saving drugs
Cut excise duty on large cars, govt told
Paper industry urges govt to hike customs duty
Natural gas sector seeks extension of tax holiday
Housing sector seeks fiscal concessions
Diamond cutting industry pins hopes on Budget
Tyres: Cut customs duty on inputs
Commercial vehicle: Industry seeks more fund
Banks seek level playing field for deposits
Textiles: Remove customs and excise duties on MMF
Alkali: Cut customs duty on capital goods
AC industry: Big expectations from Budget
Broking firms seek cut in transaction cost
Budget: Indian Cement sector seeks duty sops
What the two-wheeler industry wants from Budget
Sugar: Govt will focus on checking price rise
Varanasi carpet industry hopes for Budget sops
Cut excise duty on pesticides to 4%
Petrochemicals: Hike import duty on polymers
Insurers want exemption limit raised to Rs 1.5 lakh
FMCG: Retain excise duties at current levels
Telecom body urges India to liberalise the sector
Telecom: Industry body seeks a slew of reforms
Budget 09: NBFCs seek tax sops
Capital gains: NRIs seek tax parity with FIIs
E-bike makers want 30% subsidy; CVD to go
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