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GST in India: Learning from the Malaysian experience

30 May 2017

India is about to embark on a landmark change to its indirect tax system by implementing a goods and services tax (GST) regime. Yvonne Beh, partner at Wong & Partners (a member firm of Baker McKenzie International) and Nishant Shah, partner at Economic Laws Practice, explore how India can learn from Malaysia’s implementation experience.



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