The industry welcomes Government’s move of exempting the e-way bill after GJF’s representation of the problem.
Economic Suvery Volume II 2016-17 stated that 3 per cent GST on gold is low and are disproportionately consumed by the ‘very rich’.
GJF starts preparing G&J industry on GST with seminars and webinars on GST on 29th June, 2017 in Mumbai.
GJF hopes that the Centre would levy only 1.25 per cent tax on the sector.
“Labham” – an educational seminar on compliance & best business practices for the gems & jewellery trade to be organized by GJF today in Mumbai.
Industry looking forward to this day, as it is just before GST, says Nitin Khandelwal, Chairman GJF.
GJF urged the government to levy 1.25 per cent Goods and Service Tax (GST) on the industry as against the proposed four per cent.
An opportunity for distinguished jewellery manufacturers and leading retailers from Eastern Region to participate & develop business relationship.
All India Gems & Jewellery Trade Federation seeks GST of 1.25 per cent for the gems & jewellery sector
GJF COA installation ceremony was graced by Ajay Sancheti, Hon. Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) and Dr. Vedprakash Mishra.
The recommendations include increasing PAN card limit at Rs. 5 lakh and above, GST at 1.25 per cent, etc.
GJF successfully conducted first ever e-Voting election of Committee of Administration (COA)
Exclusive Interview with Nitin Khandelwal, first elected chairman of GJF
This was GJF’s first ever election; all eligible members of GJF were given an opportunity to contest and cast their vote
Sreedhar GV, Chairman, All India Gems & Jewellery Trade Federation (“GJF”) Statement on move to encourage jewellers to go cashless