The Telegraph
Monday , May 26 , 2014

Export zone MAT scrap on agenda

The new BJP-led government will explore the possibility of abolishing the minimum alternate tax (MAT) on special economic zones and extending the benefits of export schemes to the zones. The incentives are expected to boost exports and prop up the manufacturing sector. ...   | Read..

Car makers want excise relief to stay

Car makers want the Narendra Modi government to continue with the sops on excise duty — or lower it further — as well as announce laws to phase out old trucks...   | Read..

Bank funding poser for new govt

The new government needs to finds ways to meet the massive funds requirement of PSU banks. ...   | Read..

Contrarian tips for Modi

Indian-born economist Arvind Panagariya, who is widely expected to take a top advisory role in the Narendra Modi government, wants its first budget to boost capital spending ...   | Read..

Selloff plan for HAL in the works

The disinvestment department is working on launching the equity sale of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) in the second half of the current fiscal, which will be the first IPO ...   | Read..
Export zone MAT scrap on agenda

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Swearing-in platform for close trade ties

The oath-taking ceremony of Prime Minister-elect Narendra Modi will set the stage for India to ...   | Read..

HM revival in land sale jam

The suspension of work at Hindustan Motors’ Uttarpara plant may have come yesterday, but it was...   | Read..
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