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How to set up a German company in India

India has long been a key location for German taxpayers looking to invest overseas. Sudhir Nayak of Sudit K Parekh in Mumbai and Sten Guensel of Ebner Stolz Monning Bachem in Stuttgart, provide a checklist for German taxpayers eager to take advantage of the booming economy and highlight pitfalls taxpayers should avoid.

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