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States to levy entertainment tax at 60 per cent

10-November-2001
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States to levy entertainment tax at 60 per cent

According Information & Broadcasting ministry all the nine states have agreed upon the entertainment tax to be levied as 60 per cent.

The committee on the development of the entertainment sector also recommended introduction of computerised ticketing to avoid tax evasion. The government will also be setting up state-level committees to focus on piracy. Training modules for police officers would also be designed.

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