All states will implement GST by July 2017. The Constitution Amendment Bill for Goods and Services Tax has been approved by the President of India post its approval in Parliament (Rajya Sabha on 3 August 2016 and Lok Sabha on 8 August 2016) and ratification by more than 50 per cent of state legislatures.
The macroeconomic aspects of GST havenÂ´t been taken into account. If the government says that it will collect more revenue, then that means that prices will have to rise because itÂ´s an indirect tax. If prices rise, then industrial output would tend to stagnate or decline.