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Shell India’s impact on corporates: Issuing shares to overseas parents at an alleged discount

The latest transfer pricing controversy to hit unlisted (closely held) Indian corporates is the attempt by the taxman to compute a higher arm’s-length price (ALP), in respect of the shares issued by them to their overseas parent. Vijay Krishnamurthy, CFO, Company Secretary & Legal Head of Smartplay Technologies, an IT Services company based in Bangalore, discusses the impact these tax issues can have from a non-tax executive perspective.

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