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Eat out, pay less: GST Council reduces tax on restaurant bills by 75 per cent

India Today Saturday, 11 November 2017
The government assessed that the restaurants were not passing the benefits of Input Tax Credit - a new benefit enjoyed by operators.
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News video: GST capped at 5% in all restaurants: Arun Jaitley

▶ GST capped at 5% in all restaurants: Arun Jaitley 03:43

Guwahati (Assam), Nov 10 (ANI): While announcing the revision of its highest 28 percent GST tax slab, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that all restaurants in the country will now be levied GST of 5%, adding that there will be no ITC benefit to any restaurant. While addressing the media after...

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