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Government must keep a close watch on prices and margins after GST: Loraine Parkin

Businesses may not be able to do everything by April, but they need to prioritise and have a risk register in place

Sudipto Dey  |  New Delhi 

London-based Loraine Parkin, partner, head of indirect tax and value chain services, APAC, Grant Thornton, relocated to Kuala Lumpur in 2014 to steer several multinational clients and Malaysian businesses through the transition to become ready for the goods and services tax (GST). Malaysia switched to the consumption-based tax system from April 1, 2015. In an interaction with Sudipto Dey, Parkin shares insights from her Malaysian experience that could be of use to businesses in India. Edited excerpts: What sense are you getting from Indian clients on their preparedness on the ...


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First Published: Sun, November 27 2016. 23:31 IST