GST bill can change India's economic growth, says USIBC
The US India Business Council (
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The council, while congratulating the Indian Government and MPs for approving the Constitution (122nd Amendment) Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, 2014, said that it will boost the economic growth by streamlining domestic supply chains and removing the compliance burden of contradictory state tax regimes.
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This will definitely better India's global position as an investment destination, it added.
"A simplified tax structure can usher in greater compliance, increase the number of tax payers and therefore, widen the tax base resulting in higher tax revenue for the government," USIBC president
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"GST is also likely to make goods cheaper for consumers, increase competitiveness of Indian exports in international markets and boost India's GDP growth by 2 percent," he added.
The USIBC said that it would like the GST bill to be implemented in a streamlined structure, so that stakeholders can get enough time to adjust their internal systems.
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