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Latest Commodity Tax Update

In the 2013-14 Budget speech, Finance Minister P Chidambaram had said that CTT will be levied on non-farm items at the rate of 0.01 per cent and would be paid by the seller. Commodity Transaction Tax (CTT) at 0.01% will be levied on various non-agricultural commodities, including gold, sugar and edible oils, with effect from July 1.

The Finance Ministry said 23 agricultural commodities, including wheat, barley, chana, Coriander,Cardamom,guar seed,cotton and potato etc. would be exempted from the levy. The tax would be levied on futures trading and not on spot trading in the commodities. Besides gold, silver, crude oil and base metals, processed farm items like sugar, soya oil and guar gum will come under CTT, it said.  You can check out Commodity tax implications here.

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