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Rectify GST bottlenecks, say Gujarat businessmen

DNMUM396345 | 9/10/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :143 | Business & Economy



Ahmedabad: The systemic errors in the Goods and Sevices Tax (GST) have derailed the compliance procedure making it necessary to remove these bottlenecks, local representatives of the Trade and Industry body has told the Commercial Tax Department of Gujarat. One of the major complaints is that the GST Network is going against the GST Act passed by Parliament and state legislatures, making the provisions of the Act redundant.
The most common complaint of businessmen and tax practitioners is that the GST Network is extremely slow. “It takes about 30 minutes to file a return,” said Shailesh Patwari, President, Gujarat Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) in a letter dated September 7, written to PD Vaghela, Commissioner, Co
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