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GST: A game changer for the Indian Economy - Livemint

Livemint "According to Ansh Bhargava, a senior consultant at, a company that assists taxpayers, the concept of a single market across the nation is akin to different states of India signing a free trade agreement.

“The GST regime seeks to break the barriers that currently exist between states and make movement of goods between different states easier,” said Bhargava."

Read Full Story Here: GST: A Game Changer for the Indian Economy, Live Mint

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