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Investors disappointed by India's new budget

India's new budget, which finance minister Palaniappan Chidambaram had previously suggested would clarify and reduce the country's tax rules, has been met with a cold reception from foreign investors.

India's tax problems continue

India's tax policies have come under scrutiny once again, as multinational corporations have hit out at the tax demands being made by the country.

India's turnaround on tough tax rules

Pressure from foreign investors has caused India's government to rethink its new General Anti-Avoidance Rules, which were passed in 2012.

Indian government announces further FDI reforms

The Indian government has announced plans to increase the proportion of foreign investment allowed in insurance companies and pensions in the country, but it still has to pass the reform in parliament where it will face stiff opposition.

View from Asia October/November 2012

Asian countries must focus more on long-term aftercare.

The India enigma

Reform or regress: India's battle to boost its flagging FDI growth story

The strict rules governing foreign investment in India appear to be thwarting the country's economic potential. However, hopes that the government will send out clear signals that it is committed to reforming its business policies are being thwarted by its opponents, both inside and outside of the government.

Switzerland leads WEF competitiveness ranking

The World Economic Forum has placed Switzerland at the top of its competitiveness index, citing the country's level of innovation, efficient labour market and sophisticated business sector as its key attributes.

India profile

Stephen Timewell talks to the Reserve Bank of India's deputy governor about the expected growth in the country's banking system, the challenges of establishing and Islamic finance sector in a country with the world's third largest Muslim population and the investment plans in infrastructure over the next five years.

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A learning curve for the private education sector

Increased demand for private education, particularly in developing countries, has created a multitude of opportunities for private investors. But while education might seem a sound investment, there are complex ideological and logistical problems facing companies choosing to enter this somewhat controversial market.

Emerging markets set business example: Tata study

A recent survey shows that companies from emerging markets are looking to the developing world both for the best growth strategies and for expansion opportunities.

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