Budget expectations: What India’s tech startups and VC investors are asking
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As India’s Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presents the country’s budget today for the coming fiscal year that starts April 1, expectations are high on all fronts, especially as India is widely seen as the one major economy that will grow strongly during a period when the global economy is expected to slow down. Here’s what some of India’s tech startups and VC investors have on their wish list for the budget.
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