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Establishing Your Sourcing Platform in India

Published: November 2014

In this issue of India Briefing, we highlight the advantages India possesses as a sourcing option and explore the choices available to foreign companies seeking to create a sourcing presence here. In addition, we examine the relevant procurement, procedural and tax duty concerns involved in sourcing from India, and conclude by investigating the importance of supplier due diligence – a process that, if not conducted correctly, can often prove the undoing of a sourcing venture.


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Passage to India: Selling to India's Consumer Market

Published: July 2014

In this issue of India Briefing Magazine, we explore several key growth sectors and industries that enhance India’s appeal to foreign companies seeking out new markets for their products and services. For overseas firms exploring the diverse range of options available for accessing and selling to the Indian market, we outline the fundamentals of India’s import policies and procedures, as well as provide an introduction to the essentials of engaging in direct and indirect export, acquiring an Indian company, selling to the government, and establishing a local presence in the form of a liaison office, branch office, or wholly owned subsidiary.


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An Introduction to India's Audit Process

Published: April 2014

In this issue of India Briefing Magazine, we provide readers with an overview of India’s annual audit process and offer important tips for the smooth navigation of the country’s audit regulations and accounting standards. We begin by explaining the two most common types of audit in India, statutory and internal audits, and then outline how India’s accounting standards differ slightly from the widely accepted IFRS and IAS protocols.


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Taking Advantage of India's FDI Reforms

Published: February 2014

In India Briefing Magazine’s first issue of 2014, we explore important amendments to India’s foreign investment policy and outline various options for business establishment, including the creation of wholly owned subsidiaries in sectors that permit 100 percent foreign direct investment. We additionally explore several taxes that apply to wholly owned subsidiary companies, and provide an outlook for what investors can expect to see in India this year.


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Trading With India

Published: July 2013

This issue of India Briefing Magazine, Trading With India, focuses on the dynamics driving India as a global trading hub. Within this issue, you will find tips for buying and selling in India from overseas, as well as how to set up a trading company in the country. India is poised to become a major global sourcing center, and we hope this issue both educates and informs our readers how best to approach this growing market.


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An Introduction to Audit in India

Published: April 2013

To coincide with the commencement of India’s annual audit season, this issue of India Briefing Magazine provides an overview of Indian audit procedures for the non-audit foreign executive based in India, as well as for the CFO at the head office who may not be familiar with India’s specific audit regulations and accounting standards. We aim to highlight some of the key areas for both levels of international executives responsible for their Indian businesses.


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India's Taxes for Foreign-invested Entities

Published: January 2013

Recent tax amendment controversy creates an excellent opportunity to provide an overview of the relevant taxes for foreign-invested entities in India, including the most important points for 2013 – goods and service tax reform, proposed tax revisions under the 2013-14 Budget, the entry into force of several double taxation agreements, and new General Anti-avoidance Rules.


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Establishing a Business in India

Published: November 2012

Expats working in India and business people visiting the country for the first time generally agree that India is different; that it stands apart from other developing nations in the business opportunities it presents.


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PrePost Establishment Compliance for Foreign-invested Entities

Published: August 2012

Compliance requirements include tax compliance, annual activity reporting (for BO and LO), annual compliance and ongoing compliance (such as notifications about major changes in an entity or Foreign Exchange Management Act compliance). Compliance requirements vary by foreign-invested entity type.


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Payroll Processing in India

Published: June 2012

There is a great deal of information available about the Indian social security system that is written from the perspective of policy makers and academics studying international development.



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