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Webinar: A first glance at India’s 2020 budget

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India Budget 2020: The key takeaways

ITR is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a live webinar on Saturday, February 1 to analyse the implications of the tax proposals in India’s 2020 budget.

The Indian government will be presenting the Union Budget 2020-21 on Saturday, February 1 2020.

Amid high expectations of reforms and reductions in tax rates, the government has a formidable task in achieving a fine balance between addressing the economic slowdown and maintaining fiscal discipline.

Dhruva Advisors, Taxsutra and ITR are hosting a webinar to discuss the impact of the tax proposals on multinational businesses operating in India. The discussions will be led by Dinesh Kanabar, CEO of Dhruva Advisors. He will be joined by Akhilesh Ranjan, convener of the task force on the new direct tax code, and other experts from the tax sector.

The webinar will be broadcast live at 11.30am GMT/5pm IST on Saturday, February 1 2020. This will be followed by a Q&A session.

Register here for the webinar on February 1 2020.

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