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It is the year 2018 and there is an ever-growing segment of the market that will be looking to get into the corner.
In the last 12 months, the number of corner-related businesses has more than doubled to more than 1,300 and now the business of selling and buying goods and services in the corner has become a major business in the town.
This sector is growing rapidly.
According to the World Bank, the country’s economy has grown by 3.4 per cent during the last year and this will grow to 4.2 per cent by 2021.
However, it is not just the number that is growing, the business model is also changing.
The industry, which started as a means of providing cheap goods and catering to small businesses has since evolved into a lucrative business for businesses in the field of goods and goods related services.
Rents are skyrocketing and prices are increasing in the sector.
The growth in the business is not a surprise, as the economy is undergoing a shift.
In a country that is still in transition, there are no real expectations for the future and so the business will always have to compete with the backdrop of the current global economic situation.
However, this is not the only part of the sector that is booming.
According the International Monetary Fund, the corner industry generated $4.5bn in sales last year.
It has been the largest business sector in the country in the last three years.
This year the business was expected to earn $4bn and this number is expected to grow to $5bn this year.
In the last two years, the sector has been hit by various factors.
The market in terms of price has increased as a result of the global financial crisis and also due to the introduction of GST.
The increase in retail prices is also the result of GST, which has made corner stores more attractive for customers.
The rise in prices of goods in the industry also stems from the government’s efforts to curb the cost of living.
The price of petrol has gone up by 50 per cent in the past three years, while food prices have gone up an additional 5 per cent.
The cost of gas has also gone up in the market, which is due to higher prices in the markets.
As a result, the prices in terms to get a proper meal are going up.
According in the International Food Policy Research Institute, a market research organisation, the average daily cost of a meal in India is now around $1.20 and that is rising at a faster rate than the inflation rate.
Another factor is the GST.
As per the tax code, a food vendor can deduct 10 per cent of the price of his goods.
This means that a food seller can get an additional 15 per cent for his food from the GST and not pay tax on the rest.
In 2018, there were 539 food vendors in the State, and there were 1,749 such vendors in 2017.
These vendors have been doing business in various areas of the country, such as catering to the elderly, catering to women, and other such places.
In some cases, they have also opened their businesses in a rural village.
All this has made the business more attractive to people who are looking for a better deal.
The prices in many of these places have gone down and this is helping to drive demand.
On the other hand, the state government has also been encouraging the people to take on the responsibility of paying the tax.
The Centre has also taken on this task by making the State a centre of tax compliance and enforcement.
According a report published by the Centre for Policy Research, over a third of the State’s budget was allocated for tax compliance in 2017-18.
This is due in part to the Centre’s decision to make it a compulsory part of government-financed schemes, such that there would be no loopholes.
One of the reasons behind the trend in the growth of the industry is the introduction in the Budget of Goods and Services Tax (GST) which came into effect in January 1, 2019.
This new tax will be applied on the sale of all types of goods that include food, clothes, footwear, cosmetics, and tobacco.
The GST was introduced to curb taxes that are paid on various items such as the price tag of imported goods and the value added tax.
It also brought in a levy on import of agricultural products and has reduced the rate of VAT for imported goods.
According an estimate by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), the GST has increased the revenue of the state by about $100 million and this has been passed on to the consumer in terms from the price and the price to the value.
The revenue generated by the GST is expected by the state to be around $4 billion.
The government has set up a task force, which includes a senior official from the state cabinet, the Minister of Finance, the State Cabinet Secretary, the Commissioner of Customs and the State Revenue Secretary to work