Podcast | Reopening of Tasmac outlets in Chennai to boost State govt revenues

TE Raja Simhan | Updated on August 17, 2020

The closure of Tamil Nadu government-owned Tasmac liquor shops for 146 days in Chennai has cost the State exchequer nearly ₹2,600 crore in revenues, including VAT and Excise Duty, said a senior government official.

Tasmac shops in the city that were closed from March 24 due to Covid-19 pandemic are to reopen on Tuesday to the delight of thousands of tipplers.

BusinessLine's TE Raja Simhan tells us more on how Reopening of Tasmac outlets in Chennai is likely to boost State govt revenues.

Published on August 17, 2020

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