Impact of GST on India’s chemical industry

Impact of GST on India’s chemical industry

gst-chemical-industry-1The time has come for India Inc. to buckle up and get ready for a momentous transformation in the nation’s industrial infrastructure. The Goods & Services Tax (GST) was passed on the 3rd of August and is projected to be one of the most compelling tax reform in the post-Independence India. Touted as one of the most poignant Constitutional Amendment Bill (122nd) passed by the Government of India (GOI), the GST will be recognised. Read More

Surface & Coating industry challenged by buyer’s choices

m-k-ganesan-prism-surfaceIn an interview, M K Ganesan, Managing Director, Prism Surface Coatings (P) Ltd with Chemical Today magazine, discusses the trends and challenges in the surface & coating industry. As per 2014 estimate, the global paint consumption market is $137 billion. Out of this 57 percent is industrial paints and balance decorative paints. In the year 2008, Asia Pacific region consumed approx 40 percent of global paint consumption. Read More

Surface & Coating Expo 2016: a confluence of technological excellence

surface-coating-expo-1The three-day expo aims at empowering, enriching and engaging Indian industries with global technological advancement in surface and coatings business. Corrosion is eating away around Rs 3.6 lakh crore every year in India. Rising pollution levels are resulting in faster deterioration of metals. However, the Indian industry is yet to wake up to this reality. Globally, surface preparation, treatment and coatings are becoming an integral part. Read More

George Wald – discoverer of function of vit-A role in retina

george_waldGeorge Wald was an American scientist and Nobel laureate born in New York City on November 18, 1906 – died on April 12, 1997. He shared the 1967 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Haldan Keffer Hartline and Ragnar Granit. Wald was also the winner of Eli Lilly Award for Fundamental Research in Biochemistry from the American Chemical Society in the year of 1939, Proctor Medal of the Association for Research in Ophthalmology. Read More

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