This Book Traces The Evolution Of Fiscal Policy In India During The Post-Independence Period And Describes Its Present Structure. It Is Designed To Interest A Cross-Section Of Readership, Viz. Teachers And Students Of Economics, Commerce, Law, Public Administration, And Will Also Serve The Needs Of Legislators, Business Executives, Entrepreneurs And Investors, And Others Interested In Money Inflows And Outflows Of The Central And State Governments In India.milk powder, spices, fertilisers, feature films, wood pulp, umbrellas, bicycles, toys and sports goods, buttons, and vacuum flasks. ... In the 1998-99 budget, service tax on the transportation of goods by road, outdoor caterers, and pandal contractors was abolished. ... However, the Government enjoys the power to exempt, by notification, any excisable goods from the whole or any part of duty leviable onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fiscal policy developments in India, 1950-2000|
|Author||:||M. M. Sury, Indian Tax Institute|
|Publisher||:||Egully.com - 2000-12-01|