New Delhi: In a bid to introduce best global practices and technological up-gradations in the embroidery sector, Sh. Ajay Tamta, Minister of State for Textiles, along with Sh. HKL Magu, Chairman AEPC and Sh. Sudhir Dhingra, Chairman Orient Craft Ltd, unveiled a unique wellness program aimed at the overall development of the workers employed in the sector. The move is expected to bring relief to almost 45 million people.

NEW DELHI: More than 68,000 companies have been registered in eight months following the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime, Union Minister P P Chaudhary said today. 

NEW DELHI: At least ten export promotion councils and industry chambers on Friday discussed with the government solutions for expediting the process to clear pending dues to exporters on account of Goods and Services Tax (GST). 

The government is set to strengthen its efforts to increase awareness amongst consumers, left wondering over the impact of goods and services tax (GST) and if at all it benefited them.

Representatives from Pakistan’s value-added textile sector recently opposed a government proposal to let the Pakistani rupee depreciate further, saying it will push up cost of imports rather than boost exports. Rupee depreciation will increase the cost of imported raw materials, such as dyes and chemicals, used in manufacturing of goods for export, they feel. 

HYDERABAD: The cat and mouse game between  tax evaders and tax men continues even after implementation of Goods and Services Tax regime. The systems wing of Hyderabad Commisionerate of Central Goods and Services Tax found 30,000 tax evaders in Hyderabad from last financial year, since the time GST was implemented, and sent notices to all defaulters.