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Inclusion Of Pre-packed And Labelled Foodgrain Will Damage Small Business: CAIT

This decision of the government will not only increase the burden of compliance and its cost to the traders but on the other hand, the basic goods of necessity will also become expensive

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Consult Traders Before Changing Tax Rates: CAIT To GST Council

The trade body stressed that in the present circumstances, it is necessary that the GST tax laws and rules should be reviewed afresh in totality and the discrepancies and disparities in tax rates should be eliminated

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Crumbled Portal, Multiplicity Of Compliance Making GST Complicated: CAIT

The CAIT has urged Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to hold a review of the GST taxation system along with stakeholders and to promote ease of doing business

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India's May Palm Oil Imports On Track Despite Indonesia's Curbs, Traders Say

The ban could dent India's imports in June as refiners are struggling to secure supplies from Malaysia, traders said

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Central Bank Must Focus More On Inflation To Combat Spiking Yields, Traders Say

Traders said the central bank was buying bonds on its books last year when the market was bidding at levels uncomfortable for the RBI and should continue to do so if it did not want to accept the higher yields at auctions.

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Traders In Delhi Request DDMA To Amend COVID-19 Restrictions Under GRAP

"In such a situation, the DDMA should reconsider the restrictions under the GRAP. The concerns of the businessmen of Delhi have increased. Businesses will be ruined and jobs will be at risk," he said.

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Traders In Delhi Request DDMA To Amend Covid Restrictions Under GRAP

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has sounded a "yellow" alert under its Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) after the Covid positivity rate in the national capital was recorded above 0.5 per cent for two consecutive days.

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Traders Brace For Third Covid Wave As Omicron Cases Rise In Delhi

In the last 10 days, there has been visible decrease in footfalls. The business is slowing down due to the increasing cases of Omicron in the city, says president, Chandni Chowk Vyapar Mandal

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IIFL Securities Partners With Quicko To Provide Tax Services To Investors, Traders

Now traders and investors on IIFL Securities platform will be able to visualise their aggregate tax profit and loss, compare tax regimes, spot tax-saving opportunities, calculate and pay advance tax, e-file their ITR instantly.

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Traders Expect Big Business Amid Festival Season: CAIT

The trade body informed in a statement that the large number of consumers being seen in the markets including Delhi testifies to the hopes of the trading community for having a good business after a gap of two years. Hopefully, there will be a substantial increase in the purchases and that too for Indian goods.

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Aluminium Futures Up On Spot Demand

Aluminium contracts for the July delivery gained 30 paise, or 0.15 per cent, to Rs 200 per kg in a business turnover of 2,944 lots.

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Govt Includes Retail, Wholesale Trade Under MSMEs

The revised guidelines will benefit 2.5 crore retail and wholesale traders. The move would also allow them to register on Udyam portal.

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Aluminium Futures Up On Spot Demand

Aluminium contracts for the July delivery gained Rs 75 paise, or 0.39 per cent, to Rs 193.90 per kg in a business turnover of 2,607 lots.

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Rising Demand Lifts Refined Soya Oil Futures

Refined soya oil for July delivery moved up by Rs 28.7, or 2.19 per cent, to Rs 1,269 per 10 kg in 36,375 lots.

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CAIT Demands Financial Support To Lockdown-hit Traders

It added that since traders are the tax collectors for the government, 'we have a right to demand such financial facilities'.

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