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GST Council's decision to cut tax rate for restaurants to help rationalise tariffs: FHARI

All India Radio Saturday, 11 November 2017 ()
GST Council's decision to cut tax rate for restaurants to help rationalise tariffs: FHARIThe Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India, FHARI has said that GST Council's decision to cut tax rate for restaurants to 5% without Input Tax Credit (ITC) will help restaurants across India rationalise tariffs.
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News video: GST On Restaurants Down But You Still Have To Pay A Pretty Penny

GST On Restaurants Down But You Still Have To Pay A Pretty Penny 01:05

The GST council has announced GST cut on over 200 items which include some category of eateries as well. Before you celebrate with a meal outside, let us get to some facts.

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