India Regulatory Brief: New Rules to Ease Double Taxation, Contract Workers to Benefit from New Minimum Wage
In this week’s Regulatory Brief, we examine proposed rules to ease Double Taxation, analyze the central government’s directive on mergers between bank and financial entities, and highlight a new minimum wage for contract workers.
In this week’s Market Watch, we examine the government’s flip-flop on the pension tax, tax relief for infrastructure developers, and the an improvement in taxpayer services by the tax regulator.
India Regulatory Brief: Government Clarifies Definition of Start-ups, Ease of Pricing on Imports of MNCs
In this week’s Regulatory Brief we look at the benefits start-ups can obtain under the government’s definition of the venture, changes to reporting standards for MNCs in India, and the government’s initiative to ease pricing of imports for local arms of MNCs.
India Regulatory Brief: New Tariff Policy for Power Rates, Relaxation of Compliance Norms for Start-Ups
In this week regulatory brief, we look at a new tarrif policy to regulate power rates, the possibility of the exemption of the minimum alternative tax on special economic zones and easier compliance norms for start-ups.
In this week’s Regulatory Brief, we look at new regulatory body for medical tourism, network performance updates for mobile service providers and strict new rules for food imports.
India Regulatory Brief: Stricter Emission Norms by 2020, Proposed Fee Hike for Pharmaceutical Products
In this week’s Regulatory Brief, we examine stricter implementation of emission norms, a proposed fee hike in medicines and a resolution body for public private partnerships.
This week, we examine the keys bills of the Winter Session of the Parliament, New Tax Norms for MNCs and SEBI guidelines on Insider Trading.
India Regulatory Brief: Delhi to Introduce New Environmental Laws, Authorities Issue Notice to Companies Without Women Directors
This week, we examine traffic controls implemented in Delhi, Companies Act compliance warnings and a reported plan to re-negotiate some DTAAs.