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Budget 2024: To Keep Up The Momentum, the Government May Raise CapEx

<p>To sustain momentum in the forthcoming interim budget, the union government is anticipated to increase capital investment, particularly in the infrastructure sector, to spur economic development.</p>
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<p>“We estimate Government of India to budget for a capex of ₹10.2 lakh crore in FY25, implying a relatively sedate YoY expansion of about 10 per cent, compared to over 20 per cent expansion seen in each of the post-COVID years,” the ICRA said in its pre-budget projection. GDP growth and economic activity are probably impacted in some way by the decrease in capital expenditure growth.</p>
<p>From ₹4.5 lakh crore in April-November of FY23 to ₹5.9 lakh crore (58.5% of FY2024 BE) in April-November of the current fiscal year, capitalization grew by 31%.</p>
<p>In the current fiscal year, the federal government has allocated a record amount of Rs 10 lakh crore for capital expenditures. In 2020–21, the government has set aside Rs 4.39 lakh crore for the fiscal year. Next, the amount was raised by 35% to Rs 5.54 lakh crore. In FY 2022–2023 it was further raised by 35% to ₹7.5 lakh crore, and then by 37.4% to a peak of Rs 10 lakh crore.<br />
Capital expenditure fell in October 2023 with the rapid economic expansion, then rose to a moderate 1.6% in November 2023.</p>
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<p>A special focus on budgetary investments has been made since COVID-19. The result was a downturn in the economy. India’s economy has risen at the fastest rate among the world’s major economies during the last three years, rising by more than 7%.</p>
<p>Lately, private capital have come back into several industries, such cement, steel, and oil.</p>
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