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  Highlights of  Union Budget 2011-2012
 
Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee presented the 'Union Budget 2011' in Lok Sabha on Monday, 28 February 2011 and announced a slew of measures focusing on agriculture, growth and infrastructure and  Incometax 
 The Highlights of Union Budget 2011-12 are: 

 
Shri Pranab Mukherjee

 * Net market borrowing for 2011-12 seen at Rs 3.43 trillion.

* Revised gross market borrowing for 2010-11 at Rs 4.47 trillion

FISCAL DEFICIT

* Fiscal deficit seen at 5.1 percent of GDP in 2010-11
* Fiscal deficit seen at 4.6 percent of GDP in 2011-12
* Fiscal deficit seen at 3.5 percent of GDP in 2013-14

SPENDING

* Total expenditure in 2011-12 seen at 12.58 trillion rupees
* Plan expenditure seen at Rs 4.41 trillion in 2011-12, up 18.3 percent

REVENUE

* Gross tax receipts seen at Rs 9.32 trillion in 2011-12
* Corporate tax receipts seen at Rs 3.6 trillion in 2011-12
* Tax-to-GDP ratio seen at 10.4 percent in 2011-12; seen at 10.8 percent in 2012-13
* Customs revenue seen at Rs 1.52 trillion in 2011-12
* Factory gate duties seen at Rs 1.64 trillion in 2011-12
* Non-tax revenue seen at Rs 1.25 trillion in 2011-12
* Service tax receipts seen at Rs 82,000 crore in 2011-12
* Telecom fees, auction of broadband spectrum to raise Es 296.5 billion in 2011-12

SUBSIDIES

* Subsidy bill in 2011-12 seen at Rs 1.44 trillion
* Food subsidy bill in 2011-12 seen at Rs 605.7 billion
* Revised food subsidy bill for 2010-11 at Rs 606 billion
* Fertiliser subsidy bill in 2011-12 seen at Rs 500 billion
* Revised fertiliser subsidy bill for 2010-11 at Rs 550 billion
* Petroleum subsidy bill in 2011-12 seen at Rs 236.4 billion
* Revised petroleum subsidy bill in 2010-11 at Rs 384 billion
* State-run oil retailers to be provided with Rs 200 billion cash subsidy in 2011-12

GROWTH, INFLATION EXPECTATIONS

* Inflation seen at 5 percent in 2011-12
* Economy expected to grow at 9 percent in 2012, plus or minus 0.25 percent

TAXES

* Standard rate of excise duty held at 10 percent
* Service tax rate held at 10 percent
* Scope of service tax to be widened
* Minimum alternate tax raised to 18.5 percent from 18 percent
* Iron ore export duty raised to 20 percent
* Personal income tax exemption limit raised to Rs 180,000
* Surcharge on domestic companies raised to 5 percent

DISINVESTMENT

* Disinvestment in 2011-12 seen at Rs 400 billion

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