With the rapid growth of multi-national companies operating and doing business in India, taxation in India is being aligned with global tax practices. Therefore, it is important to develop a thorough understanding of the transfer pricing regulations applicable on an Indian entity, in order to plan the format of the business as well as its tax structure.
Global businesses must pay special focus to international tax provisions and how their presence in other jurisdictions impacts their financial stance. Transfer pricing is critical here, as companies must look at numbers and business models to make informed decisions. For more information, watch our video here and download the fourth chapter of the “Doing Business In India” series, where it covers:
To understand the implications of transfer pricing regulations, it is essential to understand financial as well as business interactions between a company’s Indian entity and the overseas headquarters; particularly in the cases of subsidiaries, investments, or cross-border transactions.
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