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Sikh News Haryana, Himachal edge past Punjab in Vat collections (Indian Express via Yahoo! Indi

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    Among north Indian states, Punjab seems way behind as far as growth in revenue from value-added tax (Vat) is concerned. The state registered 10.3% growth in Vat revenue, compared with 22% growth in Haryana and about 25% in Himachal Pradesh in 2006-07, according to information collected from the finance and statistical departments of the three states. State finance minister Manpreet Singh Badal ...

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