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It is widely believed that Indian income tax law is often hostile to any foreign business that is looking to make in-roads into the Indian market, especially because the law is replete with amendments that require corporates to take a fresh guard.
With the introduction of concepts such as indirect transfers, GAAR, among others, tax-related challenges are likely to escalate. One of the biggest challenges in front of companies is the effective management of foreign taxes in a way that it aligns with business objectives. Our Direct Tax team is well-equipped to assist companies in addressing all these complex issues.
Despite the various reforms carried out in the past few years, the prevailing indirect tax regime in India is still in the state of evolution. Businesses are required to adopt the plethora of laws, rules, and regulations at the central and the state level instantaneously. Improper indirect tax management can squeeze cash-flow, lead to incorrect tax payments, and attract stiff penalties for non-compliance. In this way, the indirect taxes in the country pose unique challenges to business organizations and often has significant impacts on cash flow, absolute costs and risk exposures.
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