Tax Reform Commission to submit first report in six months: Parthasarathi Shome

The HinduParthasarathi Shome. The Tax Administration Reform Commission (TARC), set up by the Finance Ministry to suggest measures to prevent economic offences among other things, is expected to submit its report in six months, TARC Chairman and Advisor to Finance Minister Parthasarathi Shome said here on Monday. The Commission held

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