Nishith Desai


The author surveys India’s legal landscape and its relation with foreign investment, specifically focussing on laws pertaining to tax. The author argues that the tax system is not totally unconducive to foreign investments, especially taking into account the availability of a large domestic market. The author concludes that India is sensitive to changes in other countries and is eager to make its tax structures rational. (Editor’s abstract.)



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