Saturday, 12 August 2017

Expand GST base, reduce burden of compliance: Economic Survey


NEW DELHI: The mid-year Economic Survey has called for including electricity, alcohol, real estate, health and education, in the framework of goods and services tax to expand the base of the newly implemented indirect tax.

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