Dans ce numéro du magazine India Briefing, nous examinons les accords commerciaux bilatéraux et multilatéraux que l’Inde a actuellement en place et mettons en évidence les accords qui sont en cours de négociation. Une poussée des politiques isolationnistes dans les pays occidentaux a encouragé de nombreuses entreprises à repenser leurs relations commerciales et à explorer de nouveaux marchés. Ces différents accords de libre-échange et de double imposition de l’Inde peuvent offrir de nouvelles voies commerciales dans toute l’Asie.
In this issue of India Briefing magazine, we examine India’s corporate tax structure, analyze the latest trends in India’s tax system, and strategies that companies can use to offset their tax burden. We also answer frequently asked questions on applying for investment incentives and tax breaks in India. Foreign investors should note that tax benefits available to businesses in India are determined by economic activity, industry, location, and size of firm.
In this issue of India Briefing magazine, we take a look at the bilateral and multilateral trade agreements that India currently has in place and highlight the deals that are still in negotiation. We analyze the country’s double tax agreements, and conclude by discussing how foreign businesses can establish a presence in Singapore to access the Indian and ASEAN markets.
DTAAs prevent double taxation by allowing the tax paid in one of the two countries to be offset against the tax payable in the other country. India has entered into double tax agreements with over 90 countries.
DTAAS prevent double taxation by allowing the tax paid in one of the two countries to be offset against the tax payable in the other country. India has entered into double tax agreements with over 90 countries.
In this edition of India Briefing Magazine, we make the case for why now is the right time for foreign firms to invest in India’s IT sector. Firms can take advantage of the existing IT infrastructure, new industrial verticals, proliferation of technological startups, and federal incentives. Finally, we discuss India’s talent procurement advantages, with its labor pool of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) graduates.
This table shows the rates applied to parts of resident companies' income in India.