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Why India’s draft safe harbour rules may need work before gaining popularity with taxpayers

The Indian Central Board of Direct Taxes has issued draft safe harbour rules that provide taxpayers with a margin under which their transfer prices would be automatically accepted by the tax authorities. However the safe harbour margins for contract R&D services and knowledge process outsourcing may be too high to become popular with taxpayers, advisers say.

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