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Economist Arvind Panagariya dissects corporate tax cut

IndiaTimes Friday, 18 October 2019
In this episode, co-hosts Arvind Panagariya and Pravin Krishna discuss the the key reform by India's Finance Minister to boost growth: the unprecedented cut in the tax on corporate profits. They explain what the reform means in the short run and long run. They explain why the tax cut will boost investment and how the government should fill the gap in revenues created by the tax cut. In particular, they suggest speedy privatization of PSUs, monetization of infrastructure assets and sales of unused government land as solutions that would improve productivity while bringing revenues. They also argue that the end to exemptions raj would cut tax disputes and harassment.
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