All posts by Sourish Mohan Mitra

Sourish Mohan Mitra is an India-qualified lawyer from Symbiosis Law School, Pune and currently working as an in-house counsel with a global research firm in Delhi, India; views expressed are personal; he can be reached at sourish24x7@gmail.com; Twitter: @sourish247

India Tops Global FDI Chart, Attracts Largest Investment & Boosts ‘Make In India’

India’s capability as a top foreign investment destination hit a new high as it emerged the leader in FDI for Greenfield investment. Two high-profile deals were also signed to stamp India’s prominence in this space. India Top Global FDI Destination For Greenfield Investments – India is […]

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India: First Ever States’ Scorecard of Business Reforms Ushers Competitive Federalism

The results of the first ever survey of Indian States on implementation of ease of doing business is out and has thrown up interesting results. A long needed clarification on facility sharing by foreign group companies brings in the desired relief. The Government recalled its decision […]

India: Foreign Investment Hits and Tax Reform Misses

The Government of India has complied with its announcements made in the annual union finance budget to set up composite caps for foreign investment. However there was a setback to its tax reforms when the GST Bill could not be passed. Composite Caps for Foreign Investment – The […]

India Gears Up to Roll Out the Red Carpet for Foreign Law Firms

The Government of India has made up its mind to allow foreign law firms to practice in India. It has virtually crushed all opposition for years altogether in a matter of months. There have been several media reports in India late last month quoting the then […]

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India Addresses Implementation Issues In New Company Law

The Government of India has woken up to India’s poor ranking on the Doing Business Report and is taking active steps to get into the roots of the problem. A few more measures were announced in this regard, the most significant of them, being the long […]

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India: Retrospective Tax on Foreign Investment a Step Backward

In the past month the Indian Government took action towards facilitating foreign investment as was promised in the annual Union budget. However, all the beneficial steps were overshadowed by the controversial levy of Minimum Alternate Tax on capital gains by Foreign Institutional Investors. There were welcome […]

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Regulatory Reforms Indicate India’s Commitment to Foreign Investment

The ‘Make In India’ campaign is going full throttle with the Government initiating key changes to its foreign direct investment policy and the finance budget providing further fillip with slew of regulatory reforms. Further, there is fresh hope for entry of foreign law firms. Foreign Direct […]