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By retrospectively amending the Income Tax Act in 2012, the Indian Parliament sought to clarify its legislative intention.
The nature of the interaction between taxation regimes and investment agreements have evolved over time, with new generation treaties envisaging specific carve-outs for tax.
The Huawei controversy raises the questions of whether India can envision a future without Chinese venture capital.
The enforcement of an investment treaty award is a layered issue and needs to be deconstructed step by step.
States need to clearly delineate the contours of public policy, before claiming it as an exception in investment arbitrations.
The Cairn and Vodafone cases have opened a pandora’s box of tax-related investment disputes that lie at the intersection of international laws and municipal governance.
While determining the arbitrability of tax disputes under investment protection laws, the devil lies in the details of the treaty instrument.
It is critical to maintain an equilibrium between the regulatory powers of a sovereign and the legitimate interests of a foreign investor.
NFTs are the new buzzword in the world of art, where these digital artforms are setting a
new record of millions of dollars apiece every other day.
As China test-launches its sovereign digital currency, countries around the world are
scrambling to assess potential disruptions to the global financial system.
As Coinbase joins the ranks of publicly listed companies, there has been much soul-searching
about investor appetite for cryptocurrencies.
With the telcos still smarting from the 'Jio-jacking', the recent M&A deal with Future Group has stakeholders worrying about Reliance’s potential monopolistic hold in other markets too.
The telecom sector was once the most prominent poster child of India’s booming growth story. It was a veritable gravy train that one thought could chug on till eternity. With more than a billion…
Infosys was shaken by an internal controversy which led to its shares crashing 16% to ₹643.30 and wiping out ₹53,452 crores from its market capitalisation. Is India’s iconic company still challenged…
As the Presidential race in the US heats up, the ‘Howdy Modi’ event has thrown up an interesting perspective on India-US relations. Could the compulsions of US electoral politics influence India’s…
Some experts predict a recession fed by ongoing political and economic upheavals between powerful nations. Are falling long term interest rates, the appearance of the dreaded inverted yield curve and…
In the last six months, the Indian automobile industry has witnessed a decline in sales, prompting the closure of 245 car dealerships and the resultant loss of over 32000 jobs. What are the likely…
The worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max - after the Lion Air 610 and Ethiopian Air 302 crashes, is taking a toll on airlines and passengers. What are the impacts of this, and what options are…
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, in a recent ruling has removed the historical separation between secured and unsecured creditors. The ruling stated that all creditors of Essar Steel…