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GST adoption could raise Indias GDP to over 8%: IMF - Money Control
The adoption of the GST could help raise India's medium-term GDP growth to over eight per cent and create a single national market for enhancing the efficiency of the movement of goods and services, the IMF said today.
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we are the party which has always supported simultaneous polls. Just as we stand for 'one nation, one tax (GST), we support 'one nation, one election'.
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