The good, bad & ugly: Sectoral impact of GST & what brokerages recommend

The good, bad & ugly: Sectoral impact of GST & what brokerages recommend

(GST) council are a mixed bag for India Inc, some segments such as adhesives, coal and lignite, hair oil, luxury cars, soaps, two-wheelers, and toothpaste are expected to benefit from lower duties. On the other hand, manufacturers of chocolates, paints, sanitary ware and white goods will be adversely affected due to higher taxes. The ET Intelligence Group analyses sector-wise impact of the

GST implementation would benefi t supply chain efficiency for FMCG companies with the consolidation of storage hubs. Simultaneously, we believe demand shift from un-branded to branded products on the back of level-playing fi eld against unorganised players would also benefi t the largest FMCG company in the country.

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HUL: GST implementation would benefi t supply chain efficiency for FMCG companies with the consolidation of storage hubs. Simultaneously, we believe demand shift from un-branded to branded products on the back of level-playing fi eld against unorganised players would also benefi t the largest FMCG company in the country.

ITC: Indirect tax on cigarettes would be largely tax neutral with GST rate at 28% against  ..

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