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Expectations from the government in formulating national retail trade policy in Budget 2020

India is the fifth-largest global destination in the retail space. With the budget 2020 being around the corner, there is a hope that the new policies will have a positive impact on the retail and the consumer sector.

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Finance Minister meets News Broadcasters Federation, NBF seeks parity in GST with the print industry

MUMBAI: On 17thJanuary, 2020 Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman met the members of the executive body of News Broadcasters Federation (NBF). In the meeting, the NBF has proposed a recommendation requesting the Government to treat TV News channels at par with the print industry under GST.  In the...

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"OTT, TV and cinema complement each other": UFO Moviez' CEO Rajesh Mishra

The movie-exhibition business in India is stuck in contradictions. On the one hand, the country produces the highest number of movies in the world, on the other, its screen-density remains one of the lowest. Various state governments provide subsidies to promote shooting in their states, yet GST...

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Regulation of GST on consumer durables – a need of the hour

The implementation of the Goods and Services Tax by the Indian government has been one of the most transformational legislations in the history of the country’s economy. Publicised as the “one nation one tax”, it completely replaced the multi-tax structure previously prevalent in India, helping...

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GST council brings down TV set price to 18% slab

At the 31st Goods and Service Tax (GST) council meeting, GST rates on several items have been decided to be brought down from the top 28 per cent slab. Among the items that have been brought down from the 28 per cent slab to 18 per cent include monitors and television up to screen size of 32 inches...

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