Budget 2021: What got costlier, what became cheaper

New Delhi: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today presented the Union Budget for the financial year 2021-22.

Here’s a list of things that got costlier or cheaper for the financial year.

Costlier: Electronics item, mobile phone, charger and back cover, side keys

Pulses, urea, automobile parts, gems, petrol, diesel

Compressors for refrigerators and air conditioners

LED lamps, parts and spares such as printed circuit board

Imported raw silk and cotton

Solar invertors and lanterns

Automobile parts such as safety and toughened glasses

Windscreen wipers

Signalling equipment

Camera module

Connectors

Inputs or raw materials of Lithiumion battery

Ink cartridges and ink spray nozzle

Finished leather products

Nylon Fibre and Yarn, Plastic builder wares

Cut and polished synthetic stones, including cut and polished cubic zirconia

Cheaper: Iron, steel, nylon clothes, copper items, insurance, electricity, steel utensils, dry cleaning, agricultural equipment.

Gold and gold dore, silver and silver dore. Other precious metals like platinum and palladium

Medical devices imported by international organisations and diplomatic missions

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