UP En­try Tax Helps Ghazi­abad Part­ners Counter E-com­merce

The DQWeek (Delhi) - - CLAS­SI­FIED -

ers have started grow­ing once again and started do­ing their busi­nesses. This helps to fill the gap be­tween cus­tomers and re­tail sell­ers.

The Ghazi­abad Com­puter As­so­ci­a­tion is ap­pre­cia­tive with this de­ci­sion of the gov­ern­ment, and it is in this con­text that Arun Kakkar pres­i­dent of Ghazi­abad Com­puter As­so­ci­a­tion states,” There is no such prob­lems in the mar­ket now a days and it is im­prov­ing day by day. The mar­ket is do­ing bet­ter now as en­try tax is help­ing IT part­ners to main­tain their mar­gins and we are hop­ing that off­line mar­ket will do bet­ter in the fu­ture”.

But then again still some sell­ers are fac­ing the same prob­lem, on be­ing quizeed by The DQ Week, Su­mit Sharma from Al­pha Tech Com­put­ers in­formed, “On­line Shop­ping is a big chal­lenge nowa­days, peo­ple start shop­ping on­line and no one comes to Bricks and Mor­tar shops. This af­fects phys­i­cal busi­ness a lot.” He added fur­ther­more that the big deal­ers who have more than one busi­ness are not much af­fected but deal­ers like him who only de­pends on one shop suf­fers a lot.

How­ever cliched this may seem but then again as we all know about the maxim that change is the only con­stant but Change takes time and the Sil­ver lin­ing in the cloud should be the hope for good­will as far as the Phys­i­cal face of IT mar­ket of Ghazi­abad is any­thing to go by.

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