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  • Should RBI get search, surveillance powers?

    Should RBI get search, surveillance powers?

    Government sources said several regulators in other countries enjoyed such powers, which allowed them to tap phones and maintain a tighter vigil with an enforcement wing being part of the organisation set up.

    Amendments to Companies Act may get nod today

    Amendments to Companies Act may get nod today

    The proposal, which has already been approved by a group of ministers looking into the Companies Act, will be part of a bill that seeks to decriminalise over 40 sections of the law to ease the compliance burden on the corporate sector.

    Sovereign wealth funds look at infrastructure sector

    Sovereign wealth funds look at infrastructure sector

    Nirmala Sitharaman in her Budget speech had offered incentives for sovereign wealth funds of foreign governments in the priority sectors. The government said it will grant 100% tax exemption to their interest, dividend and capital gains income on investment made in infrastructure and other 36 notified sectors before March 2024 and with a minimum lock-in period of 3 years.

    Bargain-hunting President to press Delhi hard

    Bargain-hunting President to press Delhi hard

    While imports from the US have grown faster than Indian exports to the US, President Donald Trump is not satisfied. He has slammed India, seeking to drive a better bargain to push American goods, while seeking to restrict the entry of goods and software professionals into the US.

    Govt to seek NPA relief for companies hit by coronavirus

    Govt to seek NPA relief for companies hit by coronavirus

    The move follows a petition from some industry representatives to finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman to not just relax the norms but also ensure access to funds to tide over payment issues that may arise due to problems in accessing inputs and critical raw material.

    India's GST collections are below potential: IMF team

    India's GST collections are below potential: IMF team

    Multiple rates, exemptions and implementation challenges are affecting goods and services tax (GST) collections in India, an analysis by an International Monetary Fund (IMF) team has said.

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