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Here's how govt can still meet fiscal deficit target despite GST shortfall

Analysts expect a shortfall of Rs 500 billion in Central GST (CGST) in FY19

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Fiscal Deficit Target  |  Gst  |  Goods And Services Tax

Abhishek Waghmare  |  New Delhi 



Here's how govt can still meet fiscal deficit target despite GST shortfall

Crossing Rs 1 trillion, the (GST) collected in October brought cheer to the government. But a closer look at this financial year reveals that the trillion mark was touched only twice in seven months. As a result, analysts expect a shortfall of Rs 500 billion in Central (CGST) in FY19.

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First Published: Tue, November 13 2018. 05:30 IST

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