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AAR ruling on back offices may hit India's image as global service provider, says NASSCOM

Updated : November 20, 2018 06:33 AM IST

It added that this will have a direct impact on more than 500 GICs (Global In-house Centres) with over 3.5 lakh employees currently operating out of India, and supporting their global counterparts.
Recently, the Maharashtra bench of AAR - in the case of Vserv Global - had upheld that back office support services qualify as 'intermediary' services, and in turn liable to 18 per cent Goods and Services Tax (GST).
AAR ruling on back offices may hit India's image as global service provider, says NASSCOM
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