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Indian REIT tax measures fail to live up to industry’s hopes

Published on March 9th, 2015

I-REITs will be subject to minimum alternative tax and dividend distribution tax New tax proposals for Indian REITs have raised two cheers from the property industry. The recent Indian budget…

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