Doing Business with India

Doing Business with India

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Now in its second edition, this is the most comprehensive guide available to business and investment opportunities and to all aspects of commercial engagement in India. It analyses the key industry sectors which offer good opportunities for foreign investment and trade. It looks at the 'outsourcing' revolution and considers best practice through a number of recent cases studies. It also provides authoritative insight into commercial law; accounting, auditing and taxation practices; banking, foreign exchange, MaA, corporate and structured finance; and marketing issues which are unique to Indian markets. Main contributors include Ashurst and PricewaterhouseCoopers.... an apex indirect tax authority, implements and administers excise (central excise), customs and service tax laws. Circulars, notifications and clarifications issued by the CBEC supplement these indirect tax laws. ... The current rate applicable to the majority of the industrial products is 16 per cent plus 2% education cess, taking the effective rate to 16.32%. This duty is calculated on the value of the product and BCD; a€c ADC (Additional Duty of Customs): this duty is levied in lieu of theanbsp;...

Title:Doing Business with India
Publisher:GMB Publishing Ltd - 2006-10-01

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