Sky High Expectations

July 2014
Business Today;7/20/2014, Vol. 23 Issue 14, p69
In this article the author discusses the his views and expectations regarding the 2014 Union Budget of India. Topics discussed include developments in the infrastructure sectors, improvement in the health care sector and revenue expenditure on road maps. It discusses the methods for increase in the capital through the capital markets.


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