Workers assemble a Tata Tigor car inside the Tata Motors car plant in Sanand, Ahmedabad. Reuters
India raised import tariffs on nearly 75 items including gold and automobile parts in its budget on Friday and increased taxes on the rich to help pay for recapitalising banks and supporting small business in a bid to revive sagging growth.
India met its fiscal deficit target for 2018-19, which came in at 3.39 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP), slightly lower than 3.4 per cent estimated in the revised estimates of the budget, on the back of an increase in non-tax revenue and lower
Liquidity constraints along with high Goods and Services Tax (GST) rates and interest costs continued to subdue Indian automobile sales during July.
Despite the flight of over Rs20,500 crore worth of foreign funds from the country’s stock market, the government seems adamant to implement the taxation surcharge on the super-rich category, which has spooked Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPIs).
India cut corporate tax rates on Friday in a surprise move designed to woo manufacturers, revive private investment and lift growth from a six-year low that has led to major job losses and fueled discontent in the countryside.
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