India is one of the world’s largest exporters, being the 18th economy in this sense (at the level of 2016).
One of the main requirements when starting a company in India is to register for corporate taxation.
One of the main procedures related to company formation in India refers to opening a bank account for the respective legal entity.
The taxation system in India is applicable to both natural persons and corporate entities.
The company liquidation in India refers to the process through which companies registered here are shut down due to various reasons.
India is one of the largest economies of the world and the fastest growing member state of the G-20.
The double taxation treaties signed by India are enforced with the purpose of avoiding the double taxation of the same assets (sources of income) belonging to a natural person or a legal entity.
Foreign legal entities may set up a subsidiary in India and the legislation in this country provides two main types of subsidiaries, depending on the capital owned by the foreign company.
In India, a shelf company refers to a legal entity that has already been incorporated under the Commercial Law and which does not perform any commercial activities.
The Central Registration Center (CRC) in India was established by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs as a tool which provides a more efficient registration procedure for legal entities.