Reduced GST rate on Duty Credit Scrips

Minimized GST rates on Duty Credit Scrips

The GST tariff rate on goods under HSN 4907 has been cut down as per GST council meet held on 09th September, 2017.  The details of reduced GST rate on Duty Credit Scrips is as follows:

HSN number: 4907

Duty Credit Scrips

GST rate before 09th September, 2017: 12%

Reduced rate of GST w.e.f 09.09.2017: 5%

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dinesh chowdhary: IF I DEAL IN PURCHASE/SALE OF DUTY CREDIT SCRIP, PLEASE INFORM WHETHER REGISTRATION IN GST IS REQUIRED OR NOT FOR ME? also present rate of gst on duty credit scrip?

Kiran: I want to know whether the sale of duty credit scrips to be considered as Turnover in GST regime. if yes please provide some write up...

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