SC verdict on GST Council's recommendations will have no practical impact

Why has no state, since July 2017 when GST was implemented, set different rates for itself? The answer is self-interest


The Supreme Court’s judgment saying that the GST Council’s recommendations are not binding on either the Centre or the states has led to a lot of consternation. The judgment has
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