Budget 2021: What got cheaper and what got costlier - check full list of items
Budget 2021 has been presented in Parliament and the question on everyone's mind is - What got cheaper and what got costlier. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday announced the Union Budget 2021.
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The focus of the budget remained on Infra and health sectors, while the highlight was no change in income tax slab. It was widely reported that the Finance Minister may make some changes in the income tax slabs to help the pandemic-hit common man, but it turned out mere speculation.
Earlier this month, Sitharaman had stated that the budget for the fiscal year beginning April will be “like never before”. This was also the first paperless budget in the history of Independent India.
Nevertheless, as she presented her third budget a lot of things changed. Many items got costly while some were aided by the provisions made in the budget 2021 in their favour. Here are the items that got dearer or cheaper
Here's a list of What got cheaper and what got costlier
What Got Cheaper:
*Gold and gold dore
*Silk and cotton
What Got Costlier:
*Compressors for refrigerators and air conditioners, -LED lamps, parts and spares such as printed circuit board, -Raw silk and cotton,
-Solar invertors and lanterns,
Refrigerators, air conditioners, LED lights and mobile phones,
-Automobile parts such as safety and toughened glasses, windscreen wipers, signalling equipment, -Mobile phone parts like PCBA, camera module, connectors, back cover, side keys, -
Mobile phone charger components,
-Inputs or raw materials of Lithium-ion battery, -Ink cartridges and ink spray nozzle,
-Finished leather products,
-Nylon Fibre and Yarn,
-Plastic builder wares,
-Cut and polished synthetic stones, including cut and polished cubic zirconia,
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