Some more industry expectations from Budget 2023
* In the sequel to National Logistics Policy, the budget should emphasize infrastructure and timely completion to make production cost low and products competitive in the global market, says Ashish Tiwari, Group CFO, TCIL.
* Budget should incentivise healthcare institutions to become digitally oriented, says Cmdr. Navneet Bali, Co-Chairperson, ASSOCHAM Healthcare Council
* Budget should lay thrust on incentivising both manufacturing and construction sectors, which employ half of the workforce, to their full potential through subsidies & fiscal stimulus, says Dr Shrivallabh Goyal, CEO & Whole-time Director, Model Economic Township Limited.
* Budget is expected to lay thrust on the maritime and port logistics sector considering the government’s aim of turning the country into the world’s manufacturing hub, says Anil Devli, Co-Chair Task Force on Ports & Shipping, ASSOCHAM