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Boycott Chinese products, appeals FAOTA

Cuttack:  Amidst simmering tension between India and China on the border, the Federation of All Odisha Traders’ Association (FAOTA) on Saturday urged for boycott of Chinese products in the State. The traders under the aegis of FAOTA at an emergency general council meeting held at Malgodown in Cuttack today have decided to stop purchase and […]

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Pulse prices set to come down from today

Bhubaneswar: After reduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) on pulses from 5% to 1%, the prices of pulses are likely to come down by Rs 4 or 5 per kg from Friday, the Federation of All Odisha Traders Association (FAOTA) informed media persons on Thursday. “Consumers will get pulses at Rs 4 to 5 less […]

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Pulse prices to come down from tomorrow

Bhubaneswar: After reduction of Value Added Tax (VAT) on pulses from 5% to 1%, the price of pulses is likely to come down by Rs 4 or 5 per kg from tomorrow, the Federation of All Odisha Traders Association (FAOTA) informed media persons here today.. “Consumers will get pulses at Rs 4 to 5 less […]

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Pulse traders threaten stir from June 1

Bhubaneswar: The Federation of All Odisha Traders’ Association (FAOTA) on Friday said it would intensify its agitation from June 1 if the State Government doesn’t withdraw valued added tax (VAT), fee and local taxes on pulses and take them out from the ambit of sensitive commodities category by then. Addressing a Press Conference here, FAOTA […]

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VAT row ends; traders’ body agrees to withdraw strike

Bhubaneswar: The Federation of All Odisha Traders’ Associations (FAOTA) on Saturday agreed to call of its strike against the 5% ‘additional’ Value Addition Tax (VAT) being levied by the Odisha government on essential commodities. This was informed by Finance Minister Pradeep Amat after a meeting with the FAOTA members and other officials at the Secretariat […]

Talks on VAT fail; traders to stop import from April 1

Bhubaneswar: A high-level meeting between the Odisha government and representatives of the traders’ body held here today failed to arrive at a decision on the contentious issue of exemption of value added tax (VAT) on essential commodities.

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