Vivad se Vishwas: direct tax dispute resolution system could be extended



With two days to go before the Vivad se Vishwas (VsV) direct tax dispute resolution system closes, the government is considering an extension – for at least a month – amid dismal turnout and representations from industry demanding more time for reporting.


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First published: Wednesday, December 30, 2020. 06:10 IST

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