India's OECD tax deal may have revenue implications, say experts

Could mean India will have to withdraw 2% equalisation levy on firms by 2023


India’s proposed threshold would have covered around 5,000 global companies as against just 100 companies under the final proposal.

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India conceding ground to bring only top 100 digital companies like Google, Facebook, and Netflix into the global taxation pact may have revenue implications. This will mean that New Delhi

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First Published: Jul 5 2021 | 6:10 AM IST

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