Anger as India rolls out its biggest tax reform

India has rolled out its biggest tax reform since its independence. The government hopes the new nationwide Goods and Services Tax will unify the two-trillion-dollar economy into a single market.

    India has rolled out its biggest tax reform since its independence.

    The government hopes the new nationwide Goods and Services Tax will unify the $2 trillion economy into a single market.

    But the radical move is facing plenty of opposition.

    Al Jazeera's Paul Chaderjian reports.


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