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Identify key impact points for successful GST implementation: Expert
The Malaysian Times

Identify key impact points for successful GST implementation: ...

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 26: Successful implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) requires businesses to identify specific key impact points to give them a better sense of direction, said an enterprise resource planning (ERP) consultant. By ... The Malaysian Times, 2 hours ago
President ratifies Second Amendment Bill to Goods and Services Tax Act Republic of Maldives President's Office, 2 days ago
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'No blank cheque' for support to govt on GST, Insurance bills: Congress

Keeping the government on tenterhooks on key reform measures like the Insurance Bill and Goods and Services Tax, the Congress party on Monday said there is "no blank cheque" on its support on these in Parliament as the "devil lies in the details". Although he described the proposed GST as "entirely a Congress baby" which it has in principle "no reason to jettison", party spokesperson Abhisek Singhvi said its support was "subject to nitty gritty" as it is not aware whether the bill is being ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Cong to support insurance, GST bill  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Congress may back govt on GST, coal ordinance  Times of India3 weeks ago On reforms overdrive, govt turns focus on GST push  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Financial Express

Unsustainable tax demand would only earn bad name: FM

Jaitley said he would like insurance, coal laws and Goods and Services tax (GST) to be cleared. He said there are political risks to reforms and those in government would have to adequately blend the economic reforms with politics.
 Money Control4 days ago Tax demands: FM Arun Jaitley signals end of Vodafone, Shell-type cases  Financial Express4 days ago Unsustainable tax demands will put off investors: Arun Jaitley  Chennai Online4 days ago Unsustainable tax demand will only earn a bad name: FM  Business Standard India4 days ago
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Maharashtra government unlikely to scrap Local Body Tax until GST introduced

State Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar Maharashtra is unlikely to scrap the Local Body Tax (LBT) unless the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is introduced by the Centre, the state government has said. Though, the scrapping of LBT was ...
 DNA India6 days ago Local Body Tax to remain in Maharashtra till GST implementation  Economic Times5 days ago Maharashtra govt unlikely to scrap LBT until GST introduced  Business Standard6 days ago Despite promising in poll manifesto, Fadnavis Govt not to scrap local body tax  One India6 days ago
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Southern Zonal Council members meet in Hyderabad

of issues ranging from environment, rural development to Goods and Services Tax (GST). They were here for the 8th meeting of the Standing Committee of Southern Zonal Council, whose members are Kerala, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The ...
 Business Standard6 days ago

Most states may agree on Rs 25-lakh goods and services tax threshold

NEW DELHI: The states may be taking a hard stand publicly, but behind the scenes the Centre has managed to make up substantial ground on the proposed goods and services tax (GST). A large number of states have acceded to the Centre's proposal on a ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
The Telegraph

Panel sticks to GST threshold

The empowered committee of state finance ministers on the much delayed goods and service tax (GST) today refused to budge from their earlier stand to keep the threshold of the tax at Rs 10 lakh on traders, turning down Union finance minister Arun Jaitley's ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Empowered committee hopes for GST rollout by April 2016  Prokerala2 weeks ago Centre-States Differences Persist Over Key Aspects of GST  Outlook2 weeks ago

Punjab wants Rs 25 lakh as threshold for GST levy

government today pitched for a threshold limit of Rs 25 lakh for levying Goods and Services Tax (GST). "We today suggested that threshold limit of Rs 25 lakh should be fixed for imposing GST so that small traders should be kept out of this taxation system," ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Centre wants a fresh look on low GST threshold  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Punjab Pitches For Rs 25 Lakh As Threshold for GST Levy  Outlook2 weeks ago

Panel suggests 16 slabs for goods and services tax

ith recommending a revenue neutral level for the goods and services tax (GST) has suggested as many as 16 rates, corresponding to different scenarios. The final decision on the tax rate will be taken by the GST Council, to be constituted after the passage of ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Reuters

Consumer goods stocks edge lower on GST worries

Reuters Market Eye - Traders worried about higher-than-expected goods and services tax. A govt panel suggests GST rate of 27 pct, according to a media report. http://bit.ly/1B5Ef6Q Hindustan Unilever down 0.2 pct, Marico falls 0.6 pct, Colgate-Palmolive ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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