What are the Three big worries for Indian stock investors
The first issue concerns the implications of the new general anti-avoidance rules (GAAR) for foreign institutional investors (FIIs) and how these investors view India and trade from April 1 onwards.
There is still tremendous confusion over these tax provisions, and no one is willing to clarify them.
Some brokers with a Mauritius entity are stopping all participatory-note (P-note) transactions, so as to not increase potential tax exposure.
Other brokers (those having a Singapore-based structure) seem willing to write P-notes but are unclear whether tax should be deducted at source at 15 per cent or not.
Brokers without a strong on-the-ground presence in Mauritius are worried about not being able to prove residence and hence attracting tax. ...more
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those r basic worries for new investors