Indian Budget 2017 is expected to pave the way for significant tax reforms, having far reaching implications on doing business in India. The decision of the government to demonetise 86 per cent of the existing high denomination currency notes has significantly impacted the economy and the Budget 2017 is expected to provide the required impetus. In a departure from tradition, the India Budget 2017 shall be presented by the Finance Minister, Mr Arun Jaitley on 1 February this year.

Major tax policy overhaul and a paradigm shift in the policies affecting doing business in India with the roll-out of the General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) and Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime are expected. These changes are expected to give a fillip to major investments including foreign investment in India.

Our experts will decipher and dissect the Budget 2017 in a webinar scheduled on 2 February, “Insights into India Budget 2017”. Save the date so as not to miss the opportunity to participate in this webinar and unravel together the impact of the Budget on businesses and the economy in general.

Our analysis of the direct tax proposals, will be followed by the indirect tax proposals, after which the speakers would be happy to address your questions and concerns.

To facilitate participants located in different time zones, we shall conduct the webinar in two separate time slots.

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