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India uncovers thousands of shell companies and $2 billion in fake transactions

07 April 2017

Anjana Haines

The Indian government’s efforts to tackle the black economy has led to a crackdown against thousands of shell companies and tax bills to recover billions in unpaid taxes. The revenue department has warned of further intensified action over the coming days.



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