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IMAGE: One reason for going slow is because the GST Bill is still under discussion. Photograph: PTI Photo Although the markets could see a knee-jerk reaction, they rule out a sharp fall.Puneet Wadhwa/Business Standard reports from New Delhi. Even as the central government hurries to get the states on board to meet its deadline for its ambitious Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill rollout by April 1, 2017, recent developments indicate a possible delay. The deadlock between the Centre and states ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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