India may ease norms for importing high-end vehicles by removing mandatory restrictions on price and engine capacity, as well as local testing conditions.
MCA has recently announced that public companies in India will not require government approval to pay top managers in excess of 11 percent of the net profit of the company.
Delhi Land Pooling Policy will soon replace the existing policy of government land acquisition – unlocking large parcels of land for development and housing in the city.
Businesses in India can now claim their GST refund by submitting a single form. Here, we discuss the different types of GST refunds available and the process for claiming it.
The Indian tax department has clarified that foreign companies must pay 40 percent tax even if their residency status changes from non-resident to resident by virtue of place of effective management (POEM) rules.
A brief comparison between the wholly foreign-owned enterprise (WFOE) model in China and wholly-owned subsidiary (WOS) model used by foreign investors in India.
India won key concessions at the RCEP Singapore Ministerial held on August 30-31, including an agreement to liberalize the services market and allow for bilateral negotiations with non-FTA partners.
The EAEU and India are negotiating a free trade zone agreement to tap into each others markets, exchange technology know-how, and boost trade flows through liberalization.