Customs, GST relief to give Rs 60,000-cr boost to defence

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India’s defence budget will be augmented by more than Rs 60,000 crore over the next five years owing to exemptions from customs duty and goods and services tax (GST) that kicked in on October 1, said people aware of the matter.

They said estimates by the Rajnath Singh-led defence ministry show that the twin exemptions will significantly impact its budget and free up resources for modernisation and replenishment of equipment. Read More

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