On Thursday, the Rajya Sabha’s passed four bills related to the Goods and Services Tax, which aims to fold all indirect taxes into one rate and turn India into a common market. The four pieces of legislation spell out how the tax will actually be administered. This brings India even closer to implementing a reform that has been a decade and a half in the making.




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