Indirect tax collection rises 17% in April-October
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Indirect tax collection rises 17% in April-October

Last Updated: Wednesday, November 21, 2012, 17:11
 
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Indirect tax collection rises 17% in April-October
New Delhi: Economic slowdown is impacting revenue realisation as the indirect tax collection has shown only a moderate growth of 17 percent to Rs 2.57 lakh crore in April-October period as against the annual growth target of 27 percent.

In the first seven months of the current financial year, indirect tax collection, which include excise, customs and services tax, was Rs 2.57 lakh crore, sources in the Finance Ministry said.

According to them, while excise has yielded Rs 95,000 crore during this period, collection from customs and services tax worked out to be about Rs 92,000 crore and Rs 70,000 crore respectively.

The government in the current fiscal had proposed to collect from customs, excise and services tax Rs 5.05 lakh crore, an increase of 27 percent over realisation in the previous fiscal.

The target for customs collection for 2012-13 was fixed at Rs 1.87 lakh crore, for excise Rs 1.93 lakh crore and for service tax Rs 1.24 lakh crore.

The moderate growth in revenue realisation comes in the backdrop of poor industrial output declining by 0.4 percent in September and a very modest growth of 0.1 percent during the first six months of the current fiscal.

The economy too registered a decade low growth of by 5.5 percent in the first quarter of the fiscal.

As regard the current fiscal, the RBI expects the growth rate to decline to 5.8 percent from last year's 6.5 percent.

PTI


First Published: Wednesday, November 21, 2012, 17:11


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