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India Budget 2013 special focus


It is fair to say the Indian budget this month left corporate investors disappointed. Expectation was high for business-friendly tax measures but few appeared, save for an announcement that safe harbour rules and guidance are imminent.

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The budget proposed a number of regressive, retrospective and extra-territorial provisions, which would increase the tax and compliance burdens of companies operating in the country and impact the way cross-border transactions, and mergers and acquisitions, are carried out.

International Tax Review, along with its sister-site, TPWeek, which focuses on transfer pricing, has put together a selection of articles on the Indian budget and other topical issues.

This special issue will help give you an overview of the Indian budget and its impact on multinationals' taxation and allow you to research further into issues that may affect your company.

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India wants stable tax regime


Indian safe harbour rules will be issued says Chidambaram


India: Eligibility of German limited partnership for treaty benefits

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