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Foreign Funding: Regulatory Compliances

The Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (“FCRA”), 2010 was enacted for regulating the inflow of foreign contribution by individuals, associations or companies and to prohibit acceptance and utilisation of foreign contribution for any activities detrimental to the national interest. FCRA is implemented…

Changes in foreign direct investment in 2016

Introduction To boost Foreign Direct Investment in India, the government has been constantly liberalizing various sectors. Recently certain other sectors, including the much sought after e-commerce was also opened to foreign investors. The snapshot of the recent changes to the…

Amendment of double taxation treaty between India…

Introduction In orderto plug loopholes in the existing bilateral treaty that inhibit steps to curbblack money, India has signed a protocol agreement with Mauritius to preventevasion of taxes on income and capital gains by entities of either side.According to the…

Ease in FDI Norms-June 2016

Introduction In order to provide major impetus to employment and job creation in India, the government liberalized its foreign direct investment strategy. Changes introduced in the policy include increase in sectoral caps, bringing more activities under automatic route and easing…

Highlights of the Arbitration Amendment Act, 2015

The success and failure of a system predominantly lies in the commitment to drive out the flaws from it. An attempt was made by the legislature in 1996 when amendments were made to the Arbitration Act of 1940 and now…