28 Apr 2017
Amit Ray, Uflex Limited
I would earnestly request that India enters into a treaty/pact with Asean countries so as to enjoy zero import duty for trade. This will help India having a strong participation in the high growth - high demand Asean region.
Kirit Modi, Horizon Packs
As the demand for better quality packaging from corporate clients as well as exporters increases by the day, corrugated box industry needs a better quality of paper than being offered in the market currently. The option of importing is not feasible on account of high customs duty being levied on it currently. ICCMA has been requesting the Finance Minister to allow import of packaging grades of paper at zero customs duty which would facilitate box industry to offer better quality options to the end-users which will definitely boost exports in the long-run and simultaneously allow domestic end-users also the benefit of light weighting and resultant fibre savings to the nation.
Ramesh Kejriwal, Parksons Packaging
With GST in the offing we should have a corporate income tax at 25% without any surcharge across all companies.
P Narendra, Pragati Offset
I will do this in a lighter vein. My suggestion would be to the Prime Minister. He should choose a printer to be the Finance Minister. The printer is a financial wizard. He will not increase prices in-spite of every input going up. With a printer in charge of the finance, inflation and other thorny issues can easily be contained.
Gautham Pai, Manipal Technologies
While we too are looking forward to implementation of GST this year, it is yet to be seen if this will create a level playing field for us. Being both labour and capital intensive, the print industry needs special attention from the government.
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