For watchers of India’s economy, next week is one of the most significant of the year as Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman delivers the Union Budget for FY23/24 on Wednesday. This is the last full Budget before the general election in May 2024, but the Finance Ministry will want to balance any temptation to ramp up spending with a commitment to bringing the public debt burden onto a more sustainable trajectory.
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