Michaela Merz

PwC’s webcast on India draft Model GST law (Monday, 20th June at 2pm IST)

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PwC_fl_30mmh_cIn the past, there has been some scepticism within industry on the time frame within which GST might become a reality. However, it looks like there may be real progress, even dramatic progress, soon. Political observers are increasingly saying that the stalled Constitution Amendment Bill could be passed by the Rajya Sabha in the monsoon session of parliament due to various political realignments.

With the release of the draft Model GST Law on 14 June 2016, we have crossed a major milestone and this step seems aligned to the overall political progress, that is being reported.

The Government has invited comments from stakeholders and public on the Model Law. Thus, over the next few weeks, the industry would need to analyse and debate impact of the law on their business.

Please join us for an exclusive webcast, where our experts would share their valuable insights on the Model Law. We will also be happy to take any questions you may have during the webcast.

Speakers :

Vivek Mishra, Partner, PwC India

Pratik Jain, Partner, PwC India


Webcast details :

20th June, Monday, 2:00 pm India time/ 4:30 pm HK time/6:30 pm Sydney time/ 9:30 am UK

Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)

Please access the link to register



Who should attend?

CFOs, finance heads/controllers, Tax Heads and accounts and finance professionals


One thought on “PwC’s webcast on India draft Model GST law (Monday, 20th June at 2pm IST)

  1. Very nice presentation on GST by PWC Team. Can you arrange the PPT document


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