GST – Goods and Services Tax in India

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GST – Goods and Services Tax in India

India is almost ready to roll into the regime of GST from April 1, 2016. The introduction of GST will change the market dynamics and it will quite interesting to see how the business enterprises and companies will attune to the new tax regime. Manufacturers will be able to have a sigh of relief from multiple taxation and bureaucratic interventions in marketing of their products. Manufacturing and marketing, producing and selling will in the opinion of business experts will be bit hassle free and save time and energy of the manufacturer and producers on effective deliverables.

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