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July 20, 2017

GST: A Win-Win Deal For All As It Would Expand Tax Net, Says Finance Minister


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On July 19, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley briefed BJP MPs on the benefits of GST regime said that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was a "win-win" deal for all as it would expand the tax net, end "inspector raj" and bring down the prices of goods. Jaitley was making a presentation on GST for the parliamentary party group, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Pitching the GST as a measure beneficial for the country, Jaitley said that the prices of goods had come down between 4% to 8 %, since its roll-out on July 1.

Jaitley further said that the GST was in the interest of people and states as well as the latter would get 80% of the revenue leading to more development.

Jaitley further added that there was no longer tax on tax and the transport of goods across the country was going unhindered now.

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