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Meaning and Importance of Negotiation

|April 12, 2019

The word Negotiation is derived from two Latin terms, “negare otium”, which if literally translated means, “to deny leisure”. In French and Spanish, deny leisure means “business”.

The Business Dictionary[1] defines negotiation as...

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Tax planning

End of the Road for Treaty Shopping

|April 9, 2019

Last thirty odd years saw India opening up its shores for foreign investment in a big way and to incentivize such investment, a lot of Double Taxable Avoidance Agreements (DTAAs) were executed.

India saw humongous...

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SEBI Seeks a Proactive Role in Fraud Detection

| April 4, 2019

Bhumesh Verma (International Corporate Lawyer| Author| Guest Faculty| New Delhi| India) While there seems to be no end to financial frauds in India – one after the other keeps coming to light – Indian corporate and particularly banking system continues to reel under the financial turmoil.

The most worrying...

Meaning and Importance of Negotiation

By rahul | April 12, 2019

The word Negotiation is derived from two Latin terms, “negare otium”, which if literally translated means, “to deny leisure”. In French and Spanish, deny leisure means “business”. The Business Dictionary[1] defines negotiation as the process of bargaining, between two or more parties, each having its own needs, aims and viewpoints, seeking to discover a common ground and …

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Doing Business in India – a Quick Reckoner for Foreign Investors

By rahul | February 26, 2019

Bhumesh Verma (International Corporate Lawyer | Author | Guest Faculty | New Delhi | India) Any foreign investor contemplating to do business in India on its own or with an Indian partner must have a well thought out entry strategy in terms of business vehicle. Foreign investors have the option of setting up a company, …

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NRIs, PIOs can transfer listed shares to immediate relatives without PAN

By rahul | February 26, 2019

Bhumesh Verma (International Corporate Lawyer | Author | Guest Faculty | New Delhi | India) Securities & Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”) has granted relaxation to non-residents such as Non Resident Indians (NRIs), Overseas Citizens of India (OCIs), Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) and foreign nationals from furnishing a copy of PAN card and allowed …

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