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    Consider more legally viable options for providing GST dues to states: Kejriwal to PM Modi

    According to an official statement, the chief minister said the GST Council should consider authorising the Centre to borrow on its behalf and extend the period of collection of cess beyond 2022.

    Make in India aimed at making India global manufacturing hub: India's Consul General in Chicago Neeta Bhushan

    "The GST is aimed at integrating the tax structure throughout India. The government has taken a series of reforms to improve the ease of doing business," Neeta Bhushan said.

    GST will not be inflationary: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

    Terming the current indirect tax structure in India as "fairly complicated", Jaitley assured there would be no cascading impact of tax on tax.

    India's GST: Is it a modified Value Added Tax?

    Increasing the indirect taxes makes consumption more and more costly and therefore has an inflationary effect, which makes the poor to suffer the most.

    Handset companies may gain under GST too

    Imposition of higher custom duty can only be beneficial if the government decides to raise it significantly higher.

    European Union welcomes India's step on demonetisation

    Vice-President of European Commission Jyrki Katainen said fight against tax dodgers will pay dividends and strengthen the financial system.

    Losing countervailing duty exemption shield likely to hurt handset makers

    Industry associations seeking urgent meetings with govt, which has been promoting Make in India based on duty differential benefits, to resolve this issue.

    Duty sop in GST holds key to Foxconn's Nokia unit takeover

    As GST will subsume all state taxes, retention of the duty differential becomes key for Foxconn to survive, expand in India

    Ecommerce industry warns of crisis if GST not passed

    In a representation to the government, the Internet industry body has rooted for the passage of the crucial Goods and Services Tax.

    Budget 2016: GST will bring in clarity, boost e-commerce in India says IAMAI

    IAMAI said GST will bring in clarity in tax rules for online marketplaces and ease shipping of products by small and medium enterprises across states.

    A 'mind-boggling' reform looms over India's $2 trillion economy

    With tax experts praising the rates as moderate and generally lower-than-expected, it seems Modi might be able to roll out this reform without a rise in inflation.

    GST scheduled for July 1 rollout: Arun Jaitley

    "The current indirect tax structure in India is fairly complicated...those who transacted in either goods or services would have to deal with multiple authorities.

    Ireland welcomes Indian pharma manufacturing units, offers sops

    The European country has already attracted Indian pharmaceutical companies such as Ranbaxy, Wockhardt and Reliance Life Sciences among others.

    GST impact will be felt from the next day: Adi Godrej

    While the markets have already started to take note of the potential of a good monsoon and higher corporate earnings over the last few trading sessions, lack of demand.

    Insurance industry seeks higher tax exemptions in Budget

    To help households create a portfolio for their long-term needs, it is recommended that the Budget should create a separate income tax limit.

    Opinion: What the government can do to give auto industry the much needed push after its recent jumpstart!

    In line with the expectation of the auto industry, the Government has extended the validity of the reduced excise duty rates on specified products.

    Nifty PE tops average, earnings growth key to sustain stock rally, draw FIIs: Anand Shah

    Resolution of the underlying asset quality issues will take time depending on the fundamentals of various sectors such as metals and commodities, he said.

    Budget 2015: Realty sector seeks more tax sops on REITs

    In September 2014, market regulator SEBI had notified norms for listing of new business trust structure REITs that would help attract more funds.

    Budget 2015: Implementation of GST on April 2016, a reality or mirage?

    'Mr Jaitley kept making optimistic references to GST, and mentioned that it will play a transformative role in our economy. '

    Modi has more vision than many western politicians: Frank Appel, CEO of Deutsche Post DHL Group

    "India has a PM who has more vision than the western politicians. He takes drastic actions like note ban but gets positive feedback in the elections," Frank Appel said.

    International airfares likely to be up by 3-10%; domestic fares down by 2%

    Destinations in the Asia Pacific region are going to see most increase in airfares at 10%, followed by Europe, Africa and Middle East at 7% hike.

    Nikon Corporation: Painting a bright picture

    Japan's imaging major Nikon Corporation, which has been operating in India for more than two years now, is set to double its market share to 13 per cent in the country's compact camera segment.

    Would Modi Budget smoothen the Auto Industry's bumpy ride?

    The first and foremost expectation of the industry is that the excise duty cuts, as were announced by the erstwhile UPA Government in February 2014.

    CFOs see April 2011 more apt for GST rollout: Deloitte

    The firm surveyed finance executives of leading corporate houses who vouched for the new unified tax, but they questioned the suitability of the dual structure, which seems to be the only practical alternative as of now.

    India must relook at tax structure to help aviation: Dr Kiran Rao, Vice-President, Sales and Marketing, Airbus

    It is the high tax structure in India that does not allow airlines to keep costs low and that has very much to do with the way the government sees taxing aviation.

    ET Awards for Corporate Excellence: India is in a sweet spot despite subdued global economy

    Some of India’s top CEOs discussed the country’s business environment, the state of the economy and prospects for the future.

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