Core bonds tax sop in the mix

February 2015
Telegraph (Calcutta, India);2/23/2015, p10
The article discusses the plan of the Narendra Modi-government of India to implement tax breaks to infrastructure bonds, with the aim of providing a tax-saving option to the common citizen and help bring in funds for the government's infrastructure plans.


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