Sanofi committed to India despite 'perverse', 'shocking' and 'arbitary' Indian tax plans
This article was originally published in Scrip
India's plans to retrospectively allow capital gains tax on cross-border acquisitions has drawn widespread disparagement, with experts saying that such significant changes in legislation could dramatically alter returns for companies and erode the country's attractiveness as a destination for foreign investments.
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