INDIA: Multi-nationals suffer tax blow in Indian market
As the world's multi-nationals prepare for the removal of quantitive restrictions (QRs) in the Indian market, hopes of further liberalisation in line with WTO proposals in India suffered a blow last week. The set back occurred when a senior government official was reported to say that WTO rules on tariff reductions would not have to be enforced immediately.
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