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Rahul Gandhi vows to reform GST, seek investment as poll nears

Reuters India Sunday, 13 January 2019
Rahul Gandhi vows to reform GST, seek investment as poll nearsIndia's main opposition Congress party will simplify the goods and services tax (GST) and take "rational economic decisions" to attract foreign investment if voted back to power in a general election due by May, its leader Rahul Gandhi said on Saturday.
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