What investors want from Budget 2020 (and other top stories of the day)

On February 1, all eyes will be on Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman as she delivers the Union Budget for 2020-21. Here's what investors want.

25th Jan 2020
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On February 1, all eyes will be on Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman as she delivers the Union Budget for 2020-21. While startups have their own wishlists, investors are also looking forward to this Budget.


Investors believe that India continues to be largely dependent on foreign capital from the startup funding perspective.


One of the reasons businesses continue to find the going tough in India, investors say, is due to the lack of proper infrastructure. Here's more on what investors want from Budget 2020.


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Mobile App Development Companies in Chennai 2020

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What users Likee about this short video making platform

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This organisation aims to help girls achieve their full potential

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Artwork celebrating the National Girl Child Day. (Image source: C3)

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How this startup is enabling students to love mathematics

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Shalini Ilanahai (left) and Alamelu Kathiresan (right), Co-founders, Math Love.

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