Import Relief

Weekly review: rupee will remain stable on budget hopes

Weekly Review: Rupee – Money market is expected to maintain its current level against the dollar next week amid reports of positive sentiments regarding various relief measures for duties and taxes in the upcoming 2021/22 budget. The government is expected to announce the 2021/22 federal budget on June 11 (Friday). …

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Your letters to the editor of June 6

Letters to the editor for June 6: Wear orange to raise awareness about gun violence About 100 South Dakotas die each year from gun violence. 80% of these people die by suicide by firearms. These victims are teenagers, veterans, farmers, neighbors and family members who live in our cities, rural …

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LoL import restrictions will remain in place

through Petar Vukobrat in League of Legends | June 3, 2021 LCS fans, you can finally breathe a sigh of relief: we have received official confirmation that competitive LoL import restrictions will remain in place – At least for the moment ! Whether or not that will change at some …

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IAAPI requests relief from the Center

HYDERABAD: Struck by the pandemic, the Indian Association of Amusement Parks and Industries (IAAPI) said on Wednesday it had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to consider providing grants, credit facilities and tax breaks to the segment. Amusement parks contribute nearly 40% of the recreation industry’s revenue and attract more …

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Supreme Court Says Delhi HC Oxygen Concentrator Order

Now 12% IGST instead of 28% on concentrators purchased overseas as gifts for personal consumption Buying an oxygen concentrator overseas will now result in an Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) of 12% to 28%, following the Supreme Court’s suspension on Tuesday of an order to the Delhi High Court …

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exxonmobil: oil majors promise energy transition

Paris: Oil majors are under increasing pressure to stop crude drilling to help curb climate change, but companies say they will wean themselves off fossil fuels at their own pace. The demand for change comes from many sides: lawsuits, shareholders and the International Energy Agency have all increased the pressure …

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