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Goods and Services Tax | April GST collections

BS Web Team  |  New Delhi 



GST, goods and services tax

Surpassing the previous high in March, (GST) collections in the month of April set another fresh record at Rs 1.41 trillion, according to the government data released on Saturday. April month's GST revenues are about 14 per cent higher when compared with the collections of previous month.

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First Published: Sat, May 01 2021. 15:07 IST

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