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India tax rise for high earners may trigger fund flight: Jalan

Reuters/New Delhi. Monday، 29 July 2019 11:32 PM. A former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor, Bimal Jalan, has warned that the higher income taxes the government introduced in its budget could lead to a flight of funds from the country. “In theory if tax …Read more





Indias tax rise for high earners may trigger fund flight ex-RBI governor Bimal Jalan

A former Reserve Bank of India RBI governor Bimal Jalan has warned that the higher income taxes the government introduced in its budget could lead to a flight of funds from the country In theory if tax rates are very high obviously people look for
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India cuts Monsantos GM cotton seed royalty may trigger another row

NSAI may even file a writ petition More than 90 per cent of Indias cotton crop is genetically modified In 201718 Indias cotton output is set to rise by 93 per cent but still short of the record high predicted by industry analysts because
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Guggenheim Investments Expands its Increasingly Popular Defined Maturity Product Suite with Two New BulletSharesR ETFs

Income Risk The risk that falling interest rates will cause of the funds shares may rise and fall more than the value of shares of a fund that invests in securities of companies in a broader range of industries In addition the high-yield corporate
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Tax Reform Implications for Gold

Last week I got several calls asking me how US tax rise in Asian currencies versus the US dollar The Fund typically invests in a basket of Asian currencies that may include but are not limited to the currencies of China Hong Kong Japan India
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Super tax breaks must be addressed – and heres how

A new plan to tackle superannuation tax concessions a whole lot less for high income earners Deloitte estimates the reforms to the super contribution tax could deliver total savings of 6 billion per year Those savings would rise to 8 billion
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Young Jordanians taste political protest for the first time

A draft law to raise income taxes part of reforms backed by the International Monetary Fund has brought thousands onto the streets in Amman and other parts of Jordan Public anger has been building since a steep rise in the general sales tax and the end
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