The Finance Minister of India, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee in his Union Budget 2010 had come up with a string of reforms including the GST ... A Quick Note… Recession can be held at bay by lowering interest rates, while inflation is usually tamed by raising interest rates.
Date added: May 3, 2013 - Views: 14
Pranab Mukherjee took little chance and concluded the speech on a ‘non event’ note. However, as the saying goes “Devil lies in the detail (read fine print)’.
Date added: May 17, 2012 - Views: 13
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee while presenting the Budget on July 6, 2009, said that GST would come into effect from April 2010. ... It is important to note that states will have to be given constitutional powers to tax services.
Date added: September 12, 2013 - Views: 4
... MS Gill MISCELLANEOUS Mamta Banerjee coins slogan of “Ma Maati Manush” Pranab Mukherjee and P. Chaidambaram unveil proposal for a new Tax Code Nandan Nilekani appointed chief of the Unique Identification Authority C . Ranagarajan is ... Note that in a fixed regime, market pressures ...
Date added: May 13, 2013 - Views: 42
Negotiation of documents: ... Mr Pranab Mukherjee, ... It is important to note that the issued DEPB have the same port of registration and shall be valid for a period equivalent to the balance period available on the date of import of such defective/unfit goods.
Date added: May 23, 2013 - Views: 23
... calling themselves “Gnosis,” in a note to Gawker. “Fuck you Gawker, ... Infrastructure Investments of India Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee allocated 12.14 trillion to be spent on infrastructure for 2011-12 in the annual budget, ...
Date added: May 2, 2013 - Views: 40
Note implication that infrastructure projects are more important than deficit rules. ... Pranab Mukherjee India’s finance minister, budget speech, July 2009. Created Date: 12/31/1600 16:00:00 Title: PowerPoint Presentation Last modified by:
Date added: January 28, 2012 - Views: 34
Note pour l'IDE : 3 (il est en retard sur la concurrence et instable, bien qu'en progrès) Note pour le langage : 9 (lui au contraire est très puissant) Nous regardons en ce moment l'architecture J2EE avec des EJB 2.0, afin d'étudier une possible migratio.
Date added: September 6, 2012 - Views: 903