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GST is a big positive, but I'm not investing in India yet: Jim Rogers

Interview with chairman of Rogers Holdings

Puneet Wadhwa  |  New Delhi 

As global equity markets continue on their journey north, JIM ROGERS, chairman of Rogers Holdings tells Puneet Wadhwa that he expects a correction going ahead. His decision of not to invest right now is not India specific, but has to do with the problems relating to how the major global economies are shaping up. Edited excerpts: India has implemented the biggest tax reform in history - the goods and services tax (GST). What are your thoughts on the development? With the implementation of GST, Prime Minister Modi has done what he said earlier. If GST can overhaul the tax system in ...

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GST is a big positive, but I'm not investing in India yet: Jim Rogers

Interview with chairman of Rogers Holdings

As global equity markets continue on their journey north, JIM ROGERS, chairman of Rogers Holdings tells Puneet Wadhwa that he expects a correction going ahead. His decision of not to invest right now is not India specific, but has to do with the problems relating to how the major global economies are shaping up. Edited excerpts: India has implemented the biggest tax reform in history - the goods and services tax (GST). What are your thoughts on the development? With the implementation of GST, Prime Minister Modi has done what he said earlier. If GST can overhaul the tax system in ...

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