45th GST Council Meeting: Sectoral Analysis
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Analysis by Taxmann’s Indirect Tax Research & Advisory Team
The GST Council’s 45th meeting was held on 17th September and the Council has recommended several changes for various sectors with respect to GST. In this document, the research and advisory team of Taxmann has analysed all those recommendations. This analysis has segregated the entire recommendations sector wise and discussed all the recommendations and proposed changes related to GST laws.
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