According to the International Monetary Fund’s official, India’s growth has been remarkable in the recent past years which results in making a path for tax expansion struggles by the Indian government. He said that removal of fuel grants and the focusing on social benefits have conveyed by the government.
Vitor Gasper, director of the IMF Fiscal Affairs Department told that IMF is cooperating with the Indian establishments in view of observing at economic fundamental measures.
He also said that GST is a very key step and it will make a factual combined national market in India.
Vitor Gasper said globalization and technological alteration have been main motorists of economic development and cross nation junction.