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India

  • Editorial

  • How to get real estate investment

    S S Palwe and Jayesh Kariya of Deloitte Haskins & Sells, India outline some of the issues to consider when structuring an investment in the Indian real estate sector

  • When to hold back

    Tax withholding might only be a procedural requirement, but Sunil Shah and Ashesh Safi of Deloitte Haskins & Sells, India say that it raises many complex issues and non-compliance can have far-reaching consequences

  • Reasons to go global

    Vijay Iyer of Ernst & Young highlights the benefits of good cross-border structuring

  • Confusion in the courtroom

    As international business in India grows, legislators and courts are struggling to keep pace. Ganesh Raj of Ernst & Young highlights recent tax controversies that reflect the muddled state of international tax in India

  • Towards a simpler structure

    S Madhavan and Sachin Menon of PricewaterhouseCoopers outline India's efforts to simplify and clarify its convoluted indirect tax system

  • Taxpayers must strategise audit

    In India's robust economy, revenue authorities are fighting for their fair share of profit margins with increased vigour, say Vispi Patel and Sanjay Tolia of PricewaterhouseCoopers


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