India presents budget to revive economy after coronavirus slump, including twice as much spending on health care – S. China Post

Unveiling an annual budget on Monday aimed at reviving an economy that plunged into deepest recorded slump amid the coronavirus pandemic, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman proposed doubling health care spending to 2.2 trillion Indian rupees (US$30.20 billion).The government will launch a new federal health scheme with an outlay of around 641 billion Indian rupees over the next six years, she told parliament kicking off her budget speech.India, which has the world’s second-highest coronavirus…

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