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Budget 2014-15: Dearer and Cheaper list

Budget 2014-15: Dearer and Cheaper list

Last Updated: Friday, July 11, 2014, 12:48
New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday spared the common man from price hikes by keeping duties on commonly used day-to-day items unchanged but made it costlier for smokers and tobacco consumers with a steep increase in excise rate in tax proposals in Budget 2014-15.

Following is a list of what will be cheaper and costlier:



CHEAPER

> CRT television
> LED/LCD TVs especially below 19 inch
> Footwear priced between Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 per pair
> Soaps
> E-book readers
> Desktop, laptops and tablets
> RO based water purifiers
> LED Lights, fixtures and lamps
> Pre forms of precious and semi-precious stones
> Sports Gloves
> Branded petrol
> Matchbox
> Life micro insurance policies
> HIV/AIDS drugs and diagnostic kits
> DDT insecticides

EXPENSIVE

> Cigarettes
> Aerated drinks with sugar
> Pan masala
> Gutka and chewing tobacco
> Jarda scented tobacco
> Radio Taxi
> Imported electronic products
> Portable X-ray machines
> Half cut/broken diamonds.


PTI

First Published: Thursday, July 10, 2014, 19:09



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