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GST can lower cost of logistics industry by 20%: Care Ratings
Money Control

GST can lower cost of logistics industry by 20%: Care Ratings

The much-delayed GST rollout can help boost the GDP by 100-200 bps as this will help faster and cheaper movement of goods across the country with a uniform taxation structure, said a report by Care Ratings. Money Control, 6 days ago
How GST will benefit Indian economy ZeeNews.com, 6 days ago
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Business Standard

Economy on 'upward curve', monsoon, GST to push growth: Jaitley

With India retaining the fastest growing large economy tag post latest GDP numbers, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the country is on an "upward curve" and a good monsoon, GST passage and increased infra and rural spending will further accelerate the ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago GST bill likely in monsoon session: Arun Jaitley  Economic Times1 month ago Time has come for Move India  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago Economy on 'upward curve', says Jaitley  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Poll results will help expedite economic reforms: India Inc

Industry today pinned hopes on early passage of GST bill and faster economic reforms following the results of assembly polls in four states. "Results of the Assembly Elections in key states, including Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Assam and Kerala, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Bengal's stronger TMC govt can push GST Bill: India Inc  Millennium Post2 months ago need2know: 6 macro triggers that could move your market today  Economic Times2 months ago Mamata, Jaya likely to help NDA in economic reforms: India Inc  ProKerala.com2 months ago
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Faster GST refunds for businesses

Khazali (third from left) presents a Modenas CT 115S motorcycle to Ahmad Khairul Ishak, who won the Jom Minta Resit GST contest main prize, at the Integrated Transport Terminal in Bandar Tasik Selatan yesterday. — Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, June 26 ...
 Malay Mail4 weeks ago

25 years of liberalisation: It's time to move away from crisis-driven reforms

It is said that nothing wilts faster than laurels that have been rested upon. On the anniversary of the crisis-compelled 1991 reforms, amidst the ring of congratulatory applause and certification of successes, it is essential to assess if the ...
 Economic Times12 hours ago Licence raj gone. Now, get rid of permission raj  Times of India22 hours ago
Financial Express

Market view for the Week /GST Bill News

#Niveza #Review on #GST #Bill :: The Monsoon session is on the way and most of the parties are optimistic for the bill and so as the investors. Most of the conditions are fulfilled by the ruling party and opposition is looking much satisfied as ...
 Stock Markets Review5 days ago GST Bill: Modi govt eyes most productive Parliament session, despite Kashmir, Arunachal fiascoes  Financial Express6 days ago Ananth Kumar: Passage of GST bill in Monsoon Session a priority  Asian Age2 weeks ago GST Bill passage a priority, says Ananth Kumar  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
MSN News US

Markets weekly review: Sensex surges 710 points on GST hopes, Nifty above 8,540

In the 50 share index, Tata Steel, ICICI Bank, Idea Cellular, Hindalco Industries and Maruti Suzuki gained 16.92 per cent, 9.90 per cent, 8.48 per cent, 8.44 per cent and 7.57 per cent, respectively, in the past five trading sessions. (Reuters) ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Sensex, Nifty Hit 11-month High  Nasdaq1 week ago Weekly Wrap: Sensex, Nifty gain over 2.5% on global cues  Sify1 week ago Sensex, Nifty at 11 month high; 5 factors that will drive markets  Financial Express1 week ago
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Financial Express

Will talk to all parties for passing GST bill, says Ananth Kumar

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar on Wednesday said he would talk to all political parties to seek their support for the early passage of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill. "GST is a very important bill. The whole country is in favour of passing ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Will talk to pol parties for early passage of GST bill: Ananth  Times of India2 weeks ago Will talk to political parties for early passage of GST Bill: Ananth  Kashmir Times2 weeks ago Ananth Kumar Says Early Passage Of GST Bill Will Be His Priority  NDTV2 weeks ago
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Times of India

No party will commit suicide by blocking GST: PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tells ET that the goal of reforms is a 'transformed India'. In a written response to ET's questions, he says 'reforms go much further than FDI' and that many 'economic reforms are also governance reforms'. The prime ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago PM: No party will commit suicide by opposing GST  Times of India2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Arun Jaitley hopes for more legislative activity in Rajya Sabha, indicates GST Bill clearance

Arun Jaitley parried questions over RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, whose continuation has been strongly opposed by BJP MP Subramanian Swamy, and said We do not discuss these matters through media. (PTI) Indicating that the long-pending GST Bill can ...
 Financial Express1 month ago PTI - BJP-GST - Hopeful legislative activity can proceed much more in Rajya Sabha: Jaitley  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Hopeful legislative activity can proceed much more in Rajya Sabha: Arun Jaitley  Economic Times1 month ago
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