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Uplifting Technology: Indian Government Promises 6275 Crores

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 28 February 2013, 13:55 Hrs
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Uplifting Technology: Indian Government promises Rs. 6275 crores

Bangalore: With monthly phone bills on a rise and mobile phone parts being exempted from basic customs duty in 2013, Finance Minister P Chidambaram listed the changes and new proposals added to Budget 2013. Here is a list of proposals (with inputs from IANS and TOI) as stated by him that may predict changes in the tech industry.

6275 crores proposed to ministry of science and technology

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Budget 2013: Import duties risen on mobile phones worth 2000 and above.

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5880 crores proposed to the Department of Atomic Energy

FM says that Indian Institute of Biotechnology to be set up in Ranchi

Semi conductor industry given boost with zero customs duty on import of plant and machinery

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