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Limited tax perks for MNEs in India’s last budget before 2019 elections

07 February 2018

Joe Stanley-Smith, Anjana Haines

In a budget that will play well with the electorate ahead of the 2019 elections, Arun Jaitley gave generously to some businesses, but left MNEs disappointed, and with a potentially higher tax burden.



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