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Budget 2019: Not just tax cuts, here’s how Modi 2.0 can help companies without revenue loss – Rakesh Nangia

As the Budget 2.0, is just around the corner, and as always, there’s a flurry of expectations and speculations about what it has in store.

Budget 2019: Rakesh Nangia, Managing Partner contributed an article on Budget 2019: Not just tax cuts, here’s how Modi 2.0 can help companies without revenue loss for Financial Express.

Budget 2019: Not just tax cuts, here’s how Modi 2.0 can help companies without revenue loss - Rakesh Nangia

Budget 2019: E-vehicle sector seeks priority-lending, focus on R&D incentives – Rakesh Nangia

Budget 2019: The finance ministry is considering extension of the tax reliefs for the special economic zones (SEZs) in the coming Budget in a bid to attract companies fleeing China to avoid adverse impact of the trade war with the US. The Budget 2016 laid out a sunset clause for these exemptions as per which firms can sign in for the SEZ scheme only till April 1, 2020. The plan is to extend the scheme by another five years or so.

Rakesh Nangia, Managing Partner shares his views on Budget 2019: E-vehicle sector seeks priority-lending, focus on R&D incentives for IANS(News Agency).

Budget 2019: E-vehicle sector seeks priority-lending, focus on R&D incentives - Rakesh Nangia

Budget 2019 needs to introduce provisions to deal with splitting of MF portfolio – Suraj Nangia

Budget 2019: The finance ministry is considering extension of the tax reliefs for the special economic zones (SEZs) in the coming Budget in a bid to attract companies fleeing China to avoid adverse impact of the trade war with the US. The Budget 2016 laid out a sunset clause for these exemptions as per which firms can sign in for the SEZ scheme only till April 1, 2020. The plan is to extend the scheme by another five years or so.

Suraj Nangia, Partner contributed an article on Budget 2019 needs to introduce provisions to deal with splitting of MF portfolio for Financial Express.

Modi govt may extend tax reliefs to SEZs to attract companies fleeing China - Rakesh Nangia