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Rajani Associates
With the objective of restraining opportunistic takeovers and acquisitions of Indian companies amidst the ongoing global crisis due to the Covid 19 pandemic...
As recent as six months ago, only robbers entered banks in hazmat suits. Today, we all do. COVID-19 has created "new normals" in every aspect of life, including in economies, markets, businesses, and the funds that power them.
Rajani Associates
The term "beneficial ownership" used in the FEMA 2020 is not defined
Nexdigm Private Limited
The Central Government vide notification dated 27 April 2020 has made certain amendments to the Foreign Exchange Management (Non-debt Instruments) Rules, 2019...
Khaitan & Co
This explanation has been deleted and a new rule, namely 7A, has been inserted.
Khaitan & Co
On 27 April 2020, the Ministry of Finance notified the long-awaited Foreign Exchange Management (Non-debt Instruments) (Second Amendment) Rules 2020 (NDI Amendment) to permit 100% foreign direct
Dhaval Vussonji & Associates
Governments, regulators, citizens all over the globe are trying hard to coupe up with the effects caused by the deadly virus – COVID - 19, on the health of both individuals as well as the economy.
Phoenix Legal
The coal mining sector in India seems to have finally taken the last step towards its de-nationalisation after more than 40 years.
Ikigai Law
Since the past 3 (three) years, food deliveries have almost become an intrinsic part of our lives. Growing at a rate of 12% annually, food deliveries today comprise of 29% of a restaurant's total revenue and service 182 million users.
Phoenix Legal
The Central Government has notified the Foreign Exchange Management (Non-debt Instruments) (Second Amendment) Rules, 2020 (Amendment Rules) with effect from 27 April 2020.
Khaitan & Co
Digitisation is becoming the main stay of commerce and industry in India. The country has entered the cashless phase of economy.
To curb opportunistic takeovers or acquisitions of Indian companies during the COVID-19 pandemic, India has revised its foreign direct investment policy.
S&R Associates
The Government of India has changed its foreign direct investment policy ("FDI Policy") pursuant to a Press Note No. 3 (2020 Series) dated April 17, 2020, (the "Press Note").
Khaitan & Co
India today announced a new policy for foreign direct investment (FDI) from China by way of Press Note 3 of 2020.
Khaitan & Co
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) vide notification dated 7 April 2020 (Amendment Notification), notified an amendment to the SEBI (Foreign Portfolio Investors) Regulations 2019 (FPI Regulations).
King, Stubb & Kasiva
Foreign investments into India are bound by the Foreign Direct Investment ("FDI") Policy issued by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India ("Government") from time to time.
Obhan & Associates
The Government of India has recently amended its Foreign Direct Investment Policy ("FDI Policy") and barred automatic investment into India by its neighbouring countries.
S&R Associates
Foreign investment from Pakistan and Bangladesh was already subject to restrictions under the Indian FDI policy.
S&R Associates
The move was expected to make the process of obtaining FDI approval faster and more efficient.
S&R Associates
In the last few years, countries such as the United States have intervened in or blocked proposed FDI transactions to address national security concerns, with a particular focus on China.
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