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What Modi government can do for MSMEs in Budget 2018

On 1 February 2018, finance minister Arun Jaitley will present his much anticipated annual budget to the country. As MSMEs are considered to be one of the biggest sectors for job creation, they can not be ignored by him in his first budget after implementation of GST. MSME sector is not in the pinkest of health. So, the issues which have hindered the growth of this sector in the last fiscal year need to be addressed.

   


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