India announced its plan to develop 175 GW of renewable energy by 2022.
We discuss the tax and fiscal incentives that have benefited investors and producers in India’s solar and wind sectors, and challenges of any roll-back.
Foreign investors should note that the Competition Act is strictly enforced in India. The article discusses the importance of the anti-trust law, and its regulation of mergers, acquisitions, and combinations.
Bilateral ties between France and India strengthen as President Emmanuel Macron makes a successful visit to India. We discuss developing prospects in the renewables, nuclear energy, defense, and manufacturing sectors.
India’s IT sector boasts of rapidly evolving technology and software capabilities, improving digital infrastructure, and various tax and fiscal incentives. We discuss the growing opportunities for SME investors.
India and Iran have agreed to a DTAA, although details of the arrangement are awaited. We discuss the rapprochement in bilateral relations, post-sanctions, and growing trade and investment opportunities in the region.
India is large, very diverse, and has a lot of sensitivities – understanding these cultural and political nuances is key to doing business successfully in the country. The article highlights the recent visit by Canadian PM Trudeau as a useful case study.
Foreign firms in India often seek to enforce the non-compete clause in employment contracts against their employees, associates, vendors, or other business partners. Here we examine its legal validity.
India proposes to exempt foreign companies with a permanent establishment in India in oil drilling, shipping, air transport, and turnkey construction projects from the MAT. Instead, these companies will only need to pay a presumptive tax.