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 Adoption of GST poised to boost India's medium-term growth: IMF

Asserting that India has shown that progress on reforms could "ignite" business investment, the IMF today said the adoption of goods and services tax is poised to boost the country's medium-term growth. "India's strong reform push in 2016 is welcome and should continue apace. Adoption of the goods and services tax is poised to boost India's medium-term growth," the IMF said in its latest Asia Pacific regional economic update.

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