The Make in India initiative aims to propel the much needed growth of manufacturing sector, while also aiming to raise its contribution in GDP from current 15% to 25% by year 2022.
Under the backdrop of this initiative, the white paper looks at the impending
GST legislation as a key enabler to the success of this initiative. It drives through the point that organisations would have to get ‘GST ready’ and revisit their operating model and business processes. From supply chain perspective, the paper discusses critical elements of disruption within the network and its impact on few sectors.
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