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Thousands of government between and — irrespective of pages have been written on this sea change policy decision. The next three sections will The author would like to thank James Manor, E Sridharan and be dedicated to urban-friendly policies i e, those benefiting Michelguglielmo Torri for their comments on a previous draft.
The fourth and fifth sections will be dedicated to mortgage holders. In the fifth section I will also note the substantial conti- loans repayment up to Rs 20, and exempted capital gains nuity in the pattern of government spending between the pre- deriving from non-self-occupied houses from taxation.
Yashwant Sinha also increased the maximum amount of de- duction available for interest payable on housing loans from Direct Taxes Cuts Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1. Other concessions to middle class The early s marked a breakthrough as far as direct taxes families included the increased maximum amount of repay- were concerned.
In the early s the top marginal tax rate on ment of student loans from Rs 20, to Rs 40, as an al- personal income was as high as Depending on the slab, taxpayers bene- continuities and discontinuities.
A set of other fiscal evident one concerns customs duties. Whereas during the benefits further increased the middle class tax relief, which, s, customs duties were used as a means to protect indige- moreover, could benefit from a number of schemes to stimu- nous capital from global competition and to reduce the price of late savings, which assured high interest rates and low taxes imported industrial inputs, the economic reforms of the s on the profits earned.
The finance minister, WTO in did not allow the continuation of such a policy. V P Singh, in the budget for further raised the exemp- However, between andindirect taxation policy tion limit, halved the number of slabs, from eight to four, and was marked by substantial continuity too.
As a result, taxpayers saw their income tax bill reduced either made available or much cheaper. Further, V P Singh the middle class appeared in the literature.
For the scope of abolished the most-hated scheme on compulsory savings. He this paper, the broad definition used by D L Sheth Significant benefits were conceded cosmetics, toiletries, refrigerators, ceiling fans, and so on.
On the manufacturers were either removed or lowered e g, personal other hand, the opposite was equally true. In the mids, computers in In after the stipulation of the Indo-Soviet Treaty of Peace, Friend- fact, during the s, durable consumer goods consumption ship and Cooperation in The impetus came from the motor scooters 1, However, middle-class citizens had to wait a trusted ministers in her cabinet;16 and Rajiv Gandhi appointed decade before imports of consumer goods were liberalised.
P Chidambaram as minister of state in the commerce ministry. Seen in this way, it would be quite surprising if eco- ments FDI in retail, thus allowing middle class members to nomic and industrial policy had not been marked by substantial purchase whatever consumer goods they could afford. Finally, continuity between the pre- and post-reform periods.
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