Indian Sugar  June 1953
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Indian Sugar June 1953

1953

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Reduction of Import Duty on Sugar The Government of India in the Ministry of Comerce and Industry have issued a press note on the 22nd June 1953 stating that in view of the tendency of sugar prices to rise they had decided to allow the import of sugar from abroad and to reduce the import duty on sugar from Rs. [...] Matadin Khaitan in the course of his presidential speech assured the Government of India of the loyal co-operation of the sugar merchants to bring down the price of sugar. [...] Besides the conference has also made a number of suggestions to the State and the Central Governments regarding the steps to be taken for the development of the palm gur industry in the country. [...] In the case of income-tax the number of assessees on the register of the Income-tax Deparment of the Government of India on March 31 1952 was only 885 399 although India has a total population of 360 millions. [...] Another matter which should engage the attention of the Taxation Enquiry Commission is the multiplicity of taxes which the industry has to pay to different authrities notwithstanding the fact that the sugar industry is a central subject and comes within the purview of the Industries (Development and Regulation) Act 1951 of the Government of India.

Pages
50
SARF Document ID
sarf.120241
Published in
India
Title Pages Author/Editor
Editorial 95-96 J. S. Mehta

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Notes 97-100 J. S. Mehta

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Sugar Industry and Taxation Policy 101-iii J. S. Mehta

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Sugarcane & its Problems 103-106 Pratap Cheema

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Sugar Technology 107-114 R. S. Dubey, S. S. Mavi

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Sugar Confectionery 115-120 Ernest Clyne

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Sugar Abroad 123-124 J. S. Mehta

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Labour 125-128 J. S. Mehta

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Company Affairs 129-130 J. S. Mehta

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Statistics 131-140 J. S. Mehta

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