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This is the biggest response from government since 1991: Vallabh Bhanshali,  Enam Group

The cut in corporate tax cut is dropping straight to the companies’ bottom lines.

Tax rates more competitive and better aligned to global standards now: Gokul Chaudhri, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP

Govt has delivered a rather bold set of measures which will incentivise corporate India to start investing.

Tax cut a game-changer; may see straight big gain on Monday too: Vikas Khemani

I will not be surprised all the pessimists start turning around now.

Bottoming out process of the economy has begun: Gautam Chhaochharia, UBS

If India goes back to some growth, good agenda and good hope, then it can do well.

Tax cuts send a big message to global investors: Sanjay Dutt, Quantum Securities

The actual impact on manufacturing will take time, but the sentiment will change.

Finally, we got the big bang reforms we were asking for: Ajay Piramal

India to emerge as a very attractive destination for foreign capital -- both FIIs and long-term capital

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India is going to leapfrog like Japan did in 1960s: Ramesh Damani

What I have learnt is find great businesses and not worry too much and sit it out.

Tax bonanza will prove to be a game-changer:  Anil Agarwal, Vedanta

If the government holding in public sector banks comes down to 50%, that will lead to a doubling of the economy.

Tax booster a AAA rated announcement from government: Sunil Singhania, Abakkus Asset Manager

It is a big step towards reviving manufacturing particularly because of the additional benefits.

Manufacturing now a high priority sector for investors: RC Bhargava, Maruti Suzuki

There is suddenly focus on manufacturing, making it a very attractive avenue for investment.

When government really steps in, sentiments turn overnight:  Nilesh Shah, Envision Capital

When government really steps in, sentiments turn overnight: Nilesh Shah, Envision Capital

If govt gets aggressive on measures, initiatives and reforms, it can have a huge positive impact.

Loan melas to help boost rural consumption: Dinesh Kumar Khara, SBI

Loan melas to help boost rural consumption: Dinesh Kumar Khara, SBI

Consumption, one of the major themes for the Indian economy, will get encouraged in the process

Zee case: Regulator may have to step in, says Ashvin Parekh

Zee case: Regulator may have to step in, says Ashvin Parekh

Many promoters are struggling to sell assets as there is no market for these assets at this point in time.

Quicker execution of projects, minimal interference to draw foreign interest: Nirmal Jain,IIFL

Quicker execution of projects, minimal interference to draw foreign interest: Nirmal Jain,IIFL

Lenders should act responsibly and not succumb to the fear factor, says IIFL chairman

Auto sales could rise 30% next year: Sandip Sabharwal

Auto sales could rise 30% next year: Sandip Sabharwal

The issue with the govt is that it seem to be unsure of what to do, says Sandip Sabharwal.

You can play financial savings theme via insurance stocks: Pankaj Tibrewal, Kotak MF

You can play financial savings theme via insurance stocks: Pankaj Tibrewal, Kotak MF

"Over the next 18 to 24 months we believe that the polarisation which we are seeing in Nifty should be behind us."

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