NEW DELHI, Dec 27 (Reuters) - An Indian government tax panel recommended changes in duty rates on a range of products on Friday aimed at rationalising the indirect and direct tax structure to boost government revenues. The panel's report is yet to be accepted by the government. If accepted, the proposals are likely to be implemented in the federal budget for 2003/04 (April-March) to be unveiled in late February. Following are highlights of the panel's direct and indirect tax proposals. ...
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