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CNBC TV-18 kicks off its Budget 2007 Debate

16-February-2007
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CNBC TV-18 kicks off its Budget 2007 Debate

CNBC TV 18 has kicked off its Budget Experience series -- and as part of this, hosted a special discussion called Managing Growth with a focus on the Indian Economic Growth story.

The speakers present at the event included R Gopalkrishnan, Executive Director, Tata Sons; Keval Handa, Managing Director, Pfizer; Leo Puri, Director, McKinsey; Ajit Gulabchand, Chief Managing Director, HCC and Andrew Holland, Managing Director, DSP Merrill Lynch.

Ajay Chacko, Head, Marketing, CNBC TV 18 and CNBC Awaaz, said, “The CNBC Universe is focusing on the theme of opportunity economy for the budget this year. There is no ‘either-or’ option with inclusive growth. If we take into considerations SEZs, agriculture cannot be neglected. We have to move towards a more balanced economic growth.”

Budget 2007 will be extensively covered on the channel, through a positive perspective about how the country’s economic growth has been inclusive, pervasive and sustainable. There will be a series of events, on-air discussions, debates, stories, and polls covering all phases, including pre-budget and post-budget analysis and impact.

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