24Feb

Union Budget 2015-16 India Expectations : Pre-Budget expectations for Base Metals And Energy Industry

Union Budget Expectations for Base Metals Industry

A reduction in excise duty on copper is widely expected this time, in order to improve the cost competitiveness of Indian capital goods companies.

The government’s plan to turn India into a manufacturing hub will need a big budget boost. For this, a lot of metal will have to be imported into the country and hence import duty on ores and metals require a slash in import duty. This will likely boost metals’ market in India.

Union Budget Expectations for Energy Industry

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley may look at re-imposing five per cent customs duty on crude oil imports to shore up revenues by $3 billion and create a level-playing field for domestic producers.

Presently, the government does not levy any import or customs duty on crude oil imports. On the other hand, domestically produced crude oil attracts two per cent central sales tax, something which imported oil is exempted from.

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