Intrastate Commerce

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Definition: Intrastate Commerce

Intrastate commerce is the trade that occurs within the boundaries of a state. All the transaction of business buying, selling, producing should be present in same state to consider it as intrastate commerce.

Such businesses don’t have to face complexity of the legal system which does not clearly defines clearly which state can impose tax and thus prevents double taxation of goods.


Example- A garment factory present in Texas selling its products within Texas is a case of intrastate commerce.

Small brick and mortar shops can be perfect example of this. They source their inputs from a local distributor and cater to customers within city



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