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formalize

verb conventionalize, form, give form to, give formal approval to, give formal status to, legalize, legitimatize, make formal, make official, make valid, ritualize, shape, solemnize, validate
Associated concepts: formalize an agreement
See also: authorize, characterize, codify, define, formulate, frame, record
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One Year of GST has brought transformative reform in the lives of our people : Ease of Doing Business Opportunities for SMEs Formalisation Relief for consumers #GSTforNewIndia pic.twitter.com/ZpUwe2w0i9 -- Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) July 1, 2018
The Congress took to Twitter today and in a series to tweet said, "A year into implementation, the GST has not delivered on the promised formalisation of the economy as yet, while glitches have instead increased the demand of cash.
On the other hand, most of them would prefer to remain under the radar of the authorities in a way that minimises the taxes that they would have to pay and extra costs that accompany formalisation.
In this formalisation process, she reflected the dynamic processes coordinated via the function and related these processes with the narrower neighbourhoods.
In fact, De Soto has argued clearly and often that formalisation is more than just handing out property titles.
A positive and significant relationship was found between formalisation and perceived innovation, and between participation in decision-making and perceived innovation.
However, the widespread opinion is that an independent 'third sector' formalisation service is likely to attract more clients than a transition service embedded within state institutions, owing to such a service being seen as relatively detached from the state.
A discussion of the relationship between abstract-apart objects and abstract-general concepts leads to the conclusion that a key component in learning about fundamental mathematical objects is the "formalisation" of empirical concepts.
Among activities planned for this year are the formalisation of the national shelters network, development of a proposal for a weekly 30-minute television talk show on family-based violence, and support for other groups interested in setting up shelters for women experiencing violence.
Within Johannesburg's finely grained grid (originating from the formalisation of nineteenth-century mining camps) the scale of the surroundings is daunting.
Formalisation of the economy has started showing visible result in terms of higher resource mobilisation, leaving more in the hands of the government for the capital formation in various sector, he said.
Between then and now, on one hand, the GST has been criticised for being complicated and on the other, hailed for its potential in the formalisation of the Indian economy; it has been slammed for pushing India's GDP to a three-year-low, while praised for hitting Rs 1 trillion collection; it has been censured for too many tax slabs, but is commended as an 'act of courage'.