Budget 2019: What Is Getting More Expensive, What’s Cheaper?

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NEW DELHI — Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday presented her maiden budget in the first year of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second term.

Here’s a list of items that are set to get more expensive and cheaper once the budget comes into effect.

 

Product

Cheaper/Costlier

Alarm Clocks

Costlier

Ball screws

Cheaper

Beauty, Makeup products

Costlier

Bidi

Costlier

Bricks, tiles

Cheaper

Candles

Costlier

Cars

Costlier

Cashew

Cheaper

Cell phone parts

Costlier

Chromite

Cheaper

Cigarette

Costlier

Cigarette lighter

Costlier

CNG machine tools

Cheaper

Coconut oil

Costlier

Cranberry juice

Costlier

Cut, polished coloured gemstones

Costlier

Dental hygiene products

Costlier

Diamonds

Costlier

Diesel

Costlier

Fishing rods, hooks

Costlier

Footwear

Costlier

Furniture

Costlier

Gold

Costlier

Ground nut oil

Costlier

Imitation jewellery

Costlier

Kites

Costlier

Lamps, lighting fitting, illuminated signs

Costlier

LCD/LED/OLED

Costlier

Manicure, pedicure preparations

Costlier

Mattress, bedding

Costlier

Medical care

Cheaper

Mobile

Costlier

Motor vehicle accessories

Costlier

Motorcycles

Costlier

Olive oil

Costlier

Orange juice

Costlier

Pan Masala

Costlier

Perfume

Costlier

Petrol

Costlier

Pocket watches

Costlier

Refined vegetable oil(edible)

Costlier

Saffola oil

Costlier

Shaving products

Costlier

Silk fabrics

Costlier

Silver

Costlier

Smart watches/wearable deivces

Costlier

Solar tempered glass

Cheaper

Sports equipment

Costlier

Stop watches

Costlier

Sunglasses

Costlier

Sunscreen, suntan

Costlier

Toilet waters

Costlier

Toothpaste

Costlier

Toys

Costlier

Truck, bus radial tyres

Costlier

TV sets

Costlier

Vegetable juices

Costlier

Video games

Costlier

Wrist watches

Costlier

 

 

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