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GST In India: Recent Developments in the EU
May, 30th 2011

This is the final article in the series which discusses the recent developments in the EU, in relation to VAT law reform, and their significance / relevance to the GST in India.

In its Green Paper on the VAT, the EU has highlighted two broad categories of issues for discussion and debate. The first one relates to the principles of taxation of intra EU transactions and this was discussed in detail in an earlier article. The other category of issues relates to legal processes, efficiencies in collection and reduction in red tape and bureaucracy. Put differently, these issues could be categorised as follows: 

Ensuring the neutrality of the VAT system
Harmonisation of VAT 
Robust VAT collections 
Efficient and modern VAT administration 
Reducing red tape

Accordingly, the Green Paper discusses the above categories of issues, in the context of the VAT reform that is being envisaged.

For more detail click below

Source:http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/gst-in-india-recent-developments-ineu-/437128/

 
 
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