CBIC asks GST officers to block ITC only on basis of evidence, not suspicion

The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) said the commissioner, or an officer authorised by him, not below the rank of assistant commissioner, must form an opinion for blocking of input tax credit (ITC) only after “proper application of mind” considering all the facts of the case.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=364 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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Fukushima farmers fear contaminated water could hurt business 10 years after nuclear disaster

Japan plans to release more than 1 million tonnes of contaminated water from the Fukushima plant into the sea from 2023 as part of an effort to clean up the site. Although international authorities support the plan, it has sparked concern from neighbours China and South Korea and worried local fisherman and farmers.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org/?p=361 Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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J&J fails in final bid to appeal Australian pelvic mesh class action ruling

J&J and Shine Lawyers said the matter would now go back to the Federal Court to set up a process to determine payments to the more than 11,000 claimants in Australia’s biggest product liability class action. “Ethicon is disappointed that it has not been successful in its application for special leave to appeal,” Johnson & Johnson said in a statemen Octavio Lewiswww.thevillageschoolofgaffney.org

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