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K'taka abolishes additional excise on liquor, lifts VAT on wine, beer

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The during the budget session has abolished additional excise on and lifted the VAT on beer, wine, feni and hard

In the same budget, the state has also allocated Rs. 100 crore for setting up of Namma Canteens in where breakfast will be provided for Rs. 5 while lunch and dinner for Rs. 10.

Last year, the imposed 20 percent hike in additional excise duty on Indian-made in addition to the VAT of three percent.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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K'taka abolishes additional excise on liquor, lifts VAT on wine, beer

The Karnataka Government during the budget session has abolished additional excise on liquor and lifted the VAT on beer, wine, feni and hard liquor.In the same budget, the state government has also allocated Rs. 100 crore for setting up of Namma Canteens in Bengaluru where breakfast will be provided for Rs. 5 while lunch and dinner for Rs. 10.Last year, the Karnataka Government imposed 20 percent hike in additional excise duty on Indian-made liquor in addition to the VAT of three percent.

The during the budget session has abolished additional excise on and lifted the VAT on beer, wine, feni and hard

In the same budget, the state has also allocated Rs. 100 crore for setting up of Namma Canteens in where breakfast will be provided for Rs. 5 while lunch and dinner for Rs. 10.

Last year, the imposed 20 percent hike in additional excise duty on Indian-made in addition to the VAT of three percent.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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K'taka abolishes additional excise on liquor, lifts VAT on wine, beer

The during the budget session has abolished additional excise on and lifted the VAT on beer, wine, feni and hard

In the same budget, the state has also allocated Rs. 100 crore for setting up of Namma Canteens in where breakfast will be provided for Rs. 5 while lunch and dinner for Rs. 10.

Last year, the imposed 20 percent hike in additional excise duty on Indian-made in addition to the VAT of three percent.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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