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India plans to drop significant economic presence rule and equalisation levy

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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