India will abandon its significant economic presence (SEP) rule and drop the equalisation levy once OECD members come to an agreement on how to tax the digital economy, a leading government figure has said. But taxpayers want clarity on SEP thresholds now.
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Joe manages ITR’s online and print coverage, and the publication’s events worldwide. He covers a range of tax issues affecting multinational corporations, particularly indirect tax matters and case studies.