[dropcap color=”#008040″ boxed=”yes” boxed_radius=”8px” class=”” id=””]P[/dropcap]rime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asserted that India will not resort to retrospective taxation in his address at the inaugural event of the ‘Make in India’ week.
He also said that, they are working towards making taxing regime transparent, stable and predictable.
A number of initiatives that were taken by his government for doing business in India trouble-free, along with enabling policy decisions and corrections were listed out by the Prime Minister.
Earlier in the day, Modi inaugurated the Make In India Centre at the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority Grounds with his Swedish and Finnish counterparts, Kjell Stefan Lofven and Juha Petri Sipila, respectively.
Themed on innovation, design and sustainability, the centre showcases some of the country’s most trendsetting products and manufacturing processes before the world for the first time after the global launch of the Make In India initiative 17 months ago, commerce ministry officials said.
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