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Industry experts laud incentives given to MSMEs in Budget 2018

Calling MSMEs “major engine of growth and employment in the country” finance minister Arun Jaitley in his last full budget before the 2019 general elections has given a significant push for boosting the sector. Industry experts have welcomed the steps taken by the government to address Issues faced by the sector.

   


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