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India CEO Pay: Local Firms Still Way Ahead Of Foreign Peers

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CEOs of top Indian firms continue to earn more than their peers at leading multinational firms operating in the country and experts see limited prospects for a major change in pay structures at foreign firms, at least for now. Scrip brings you a snap-shot of CEO earnings at some leading Indian and foreign firms in 2016-17.

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