India is the 3rd largest start-up ecosystem in the world and has become a rich breeding ground for entrepreneurial activity. New-age companies across the globe have identified India as an emerging market and are rapidly expanding their presence to India. With the evolving business atmosphere, India has been constantly updating and developing its tax and regulatory laws. The Government is aimed at building fair and just regulations while ensuring ease of doing business.

We are pleased to share our another joint recorded podcast in association with Andersen where Brandon Nett, Managing Director, Andersen and Sandeep Jhunjhunwala, Partner, Nangia Andersen LLP lay down a brief overview of the tax and regulatory laws applicable for foreign start-ups in India and the issues commonly faced by companies operating in India.

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