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Ministry of Finance, Government of India
Central Finance Ministry
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Address: Shri Prabodh Saxena
JS(ABC)
Ministry of Finance
Department of Economic Affairs
Room No. 40-B
New Delhi - 110001(India)
Tel: 91-11-23093558
Email ID: prabodh.saxena@nic.in
Website: http://finmin.nic.in/
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Saving Lives and Livelihoods 01 Amidst a Once-in-a-Century Crisis: Chapter I, Economic Survey 2020-21
During the unlock phase, demand-side measures have been announced in a calibrated manner. A public investment programme centred around the National Infrastructure Pipeline is likely to accelerate th...
Section:Speeches
by Ministry of Finance  | Published On 29 Jan 2021
Union Budget 2018: Budget Speech
Speech of Arun Jaitley, Minister of Finance on February 1, 2018
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 01 Feb 2018
Economic Survey 2017: Volume I, Chapter 1: State of the Economy: An Analytical Overview and Outlook for Policy
The GST Council offers a model “technology” of cooperative federalism to apply to many other policy reforms. Over the medium term, three areas of policy focus stand out: Employment: finding good job...
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 29 Jan 2018
Economic Survey 2017: Volume II, Chapter 1: An Overview of India’s Economic Performance in 2017-18
With Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth averaging 7.5 per cent between 2014- 15 and 2016-17, India can be rated as among the best performing economies in the world on this parameter.
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 29 Jan 2018
A New, Exciting Bird’s-Eye View of the Indian Economy Through the GST
Data on the international exports of states (the first in India’s history) suggests a strong correlation between export performance and states’ standard of living. India’s exports are unusual in tha...
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 01 Jan 2018
Economic Survey 2017: Volume I, Chapter 3: Investment and Saving Slowdowns and Recoveries: Cross-Country Insights for India
This chapter draws on cross-country experience to study the pattern of investment and saving slowdowns as well as recoveries in order to obtain policy lessons for India. One finding is that investme...
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 01 Jan 2018
Economic Survey 2017: Volume I, Chapter 4: Reconciling Fiscal Federalism and Accountability: Is there a Low Equilibrium Trap?
Long-run institutional development co-evolves with fiscal accountability involving, perhaps requiring, a low and declining dependence on devolved resources and a high and rising share of direct taxe...
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 01 Jan 2018
Economic Survey 2017: Volume I, Chapter 5: Is there a “Late Converger Stall” in Economic Development? Can India Escape it?
The first order fact about the developing world today is that this is an era of unprecedented prosperity. And that is true about India too which has been one of the most dynamic economic performers...
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 01 Jan 2018
Economic Survey 2017: Volume I, Chapter 7: Gender and Son Meta-Preference: Is Development Itself an Antidote?
The challenge of gender is long-standing, probably going back millennia, so all stakeholders are collectively responsible for its resolution. India must confront the societal preference, even meta-p...
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 01 Jan 2018
Economic Survey 2017: Volume I: Chapter 9: Ease of Doing Business’ Next Frontier: Timely Justice
The government’s efforts to make business and commerce easy have been widely acknowledged. The next frontier on the ease of doing business is addressing pendency, delays and backlogs in the appellat...
Section:General
by Arun Jaitley | Published On 01 Jan 2018
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