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India budget presents opportunities for pro-growth measures

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Dhruva Tax Advisors and International Tax Review will present an analysis of the Indian Budget shortly after it is announced on February 1.

Taxpayers will be listening eagerly to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley when he presents the 2017-18 budget to see how he will boost the economy following demonisation and the delayed implementation of the goods and services tax (GST) regime.

Companies will also want to know how the government will move forward with its plans to phase out tax exemptions and lower the corporate tax rate to 25%. However, with the government’s push towards ‘Make in India’, businesses will be looking at what new incentives may be offered.

Dhruva Tax Advisors is partnering with International Tax Review to present a webinar on the measures announced in the Indian Budget 2017-18. Our experts will discuss the implication and impact of the direct and indirect tax proposals.

The discussion, moderated by Anjana Haines, editor of International Tax Review and led by Dhruva CEO Dinesh Kanabar, will be broadcast live at 9.30 am EST/2.30 pm GMT/8 pm IST on Wednesday, February 1 2017. This will be followed by a Q&A session.

Register for the webinar here: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/720/243467.

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