GST: 18% WILL BE CHARGED ON FOOD TAKEAWAY FROM NON-AC AREA AT AC RESTAURANT, CLARIFIES GOVT

The new GST regime, which was rolled out from 1 July, provides for levy of 12 percent on food bill in non-AC restaurants. The post GST: 18% will be charged on food takeaway from non-AC area at AC restaurant, clarifies govt appeared first on Firstpost.

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