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FDI Companies and the Indian Company Law: Regulations vs. Disclosures

ISID, Foreign Investments Study Team (2014): FDI Companies and the Indian Company Law: Regulations vs. Disclosures.

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In India companies with substantial foreign direct investment can register as private companies irrespective of the size of their operation whether in India or abroad. Under the Indian company law private companies can prevent public access to certain critical information on their operations. While many FDI companies got delisted (gone 'private')over the past few years ,indications are that most FDI companies are registered as private companies. The Discussion Note argues for withdrawal of the exemption for all companies registered in india which have certain minimum paid-up-capital, assets or turnover.

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