Challenges of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Indian Prospective

  • Kuldeep K. Arya Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Vidya Mandir Degree College Kaimganj, Farrukhabad
  • Vinayak Tiwari Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce Vidya Mandir Degree College Kaimganj, Farrukhabad


From 1 April 2017 there are manufacturers, traders and community reactions to the goods and services tax (GST) that are enforced by the Indian government, illogical claims and opinions. Several media companies around the world have concentrated on this unification law and have achieved government performance. With the passage of tax legislation for goods and services in RajyaSabha, India is at the center of the world economy. As the bill was passed, many international newspapers have given their opinion on how the GST legislation has brought a new wave of economic reforms in Britain. The document emphasizes the background, investment prospects and problems surrounding the implementation of the goods and services tax (GST) in India. Finally, this document examines the conclusions and draws conclusions.


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