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India Goods and Service Tax will be Changed after 1th,July 2017

Date: 2017-06-10 www.CargoManager365.com

Government of India is consolidating its various indirect taxes into one consolidated Goods and Service Tax (GST) effective 1 July 2017. Consequent to this, we would like to inform that customers shipping to / from India and who are located outside of India will be liable for a government regulated GST on certain services rendered locally within India. This tax will replace the earlier applied Indian service tax on local services.

The application of the India GST will result in a tax of 18 percent* on both import and export service charges including local charges relating to terminal handling and inland haulage charges. This tax will replace the existing India Service tax charged at 15 percent.

Indian Service TaxGoods and Service Tax
15%18%
effective till 30th,June 2017effective after 1th,July 2017

*Adjustment % is based on GST rate as of Jun 20, 2017, and is subject to change. Maersk Line does not plan to make market announcements with regards to the changes to the India GST rate.

*Adjustment % is based on GST rate as of Jun 20, 2017, and is subject to change. Maersk Line does not plan to make market announcements with regards to the changes to the India GST rate.

If you are unsure about anything related to the above, feel free to contact with us.

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