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This book is written with the intention to serve as a guide to Professionals & Students on the subject of Service Tax under the New Regime of Comprehensive Approach to Service Tax. This Book incorporates: 1. The new provisions of Service Tax as per the Finance Act, 1994 [as amended in 2012] 2. The new circulars & notifications in this regard issued by the government 3. The Education Guide issued by the Central Board of Direct Taxes 4. Relevant Case laws wherever essential 5. A short summary of the relevant provisions for the students for quick reference during exams 6. A set of questions [in form of test series] relevant for students for their exams and relevant to professionals for practical work and interpretation of the provisions About The Authors Knowledge Exchange is an initiative taken by a group of Chartered Accountants to encourage learning and sharing of knowledge amongst the Students, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs. Knowledge Exchange started its operations and research in July, 2012 and currently has a full fledged team solely doing research on various subjects like Service Tax, Accounting Standards, Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, Labour Laws and Companies Act.  The team of Knowledge Exchange consist of experienced and learned experts and young, energetic professionals. The team seeks to present practical and noteworthy tips, tutorials & resources that the commerce Students, Professionals, and Entrepreneurs in India will require and appreciate. To know more visit
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The spectre of international trade changed dramatically on 1 January 1995 as nations accounting for over 90 per cent of world trade, simultaneously embraced the World Trade Organization on 15 April 1994. The Most Favoured Nation (MFN) principle has been the strongest pillar upon which the WTO foundations for global free trade have been laid. In other words, under the WTO, each of its members treats all other members equally as ‘most favoured’ trading partners. However, some exceptions to the MFN philosophy are permitted by the WTO; the most noteworthy exception being, setting up of an economic bloc between members of a region or between any number of WTO members. While on one hand, the WTO is finding it difficult to bring all member nations to the negotiating table to take the Doha Agenda forward, the rapid proliferation of Regional Trading Arrangement has raised a question mark on the political will of member nations to even support WTO’s Multilateral Trading regime.
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