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Nexia Global Insight January 2016

Demonetisation in India

The Indian Government ramps up its tactics for curbing corruption and black money.

IRAS to step up audits and encourage GST compliance

Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been in effect in Singapore for about 20 years. Over the years, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) has encouraged the taxpayers to report their tax returns in a correct and timely manner.  In case of any errors initially, the option of Voluntary Disclosure Programme was available. Click here to know more.

SKP Investment Chronicle

July - September 2016

Demonetisation: Way forward for non-resident Indians

Demonetisation of currency notes of INR 500 and 1000 has turned out to be an excellent step taken by the Modi government to curb black money in the economy. This surgical strike on black money in India, a largely cash-based economy, was a brilliant move to tackle the menace of black money and has taken the nation by surprise. This article advises non-residential Indians on changing old currency notes. Click here to know more.

Nexia Global Insight October 2016

Uncovering the truth through positive persuasion

When conducting an interview in a workplace misconduct investigation, it is important to understand the fears and outside influences of the person being interviewed and use positive persuasion which could help them to admit the truth.

インドでビジネスを行うには - 概要

インドでビジネスを行うには - 概要はFDIと貿易政策、政府のインセンティブ、法人形

態や租税、労働規制について検討し、インドへ投資するための主要な考慮点に焦点

を当てています。

The medical device industry in India - September 2016

The government and industry have both been moving towards achieving the goal of providing affordable healthcare services to patients in India. These challenges have been addressed through policy, regulatory and financial reforms along with product and technological innovation. Through the set-up of medical device parks and other initiatives, the government has been providing support to the industry to manufacture quality products in an affordable manner.

Doing Business in India 2016

Nexia Global Insight July 2016

India and Mauritius sign landmark protocol to amend long-standing tax treaty
Mauritius has been a popular jurisdiction for foreign investors investing into India and accounts for almost 35% of foreign direct investment into India. The primary reason for this was the double non-taxation of capital gains income for investments in India routed through Mauritius due to the tax treaty between the two countries signed in 1982. In this article, we discuss how the renegotiated treaty aims to curb tax avoidance and tax evasion on income and capital gains.

SKP Investment Chronicle

January - March 2016