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Press Release - 2015
Making India the Global Entertainment Superpower3/25/2015
KPMG launches new guide for green bond issuers3/20/2015
Adoption of Indian Accounting Standards likely to improve India’s place in global rankings on corporate governance and transparency in financial reporting says KPMG in India2/5/2015
First marque IFRS event to be held in India1/23/2015
Minister of State for Finance, Jayant Sinha launches ‘The CFO Board’: An initiative by finance leaders1/13/2015
Small Is The Way To Go: KPMG’s Global Automotive Executive Survey 20151/8/2015

 

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Press Coverage - 2015
Rollback of advance pricing agreements: CBDT should consider extending deadline
The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) had introduced the APA programme in India in July 2012.APA refers to an agreement between a taxpayer and the tax authorities on the pricing of an existing or proposed transaction between related parties. If the taxpayer and the revenue authorities agree to a particular price, they may enter into an agreement that would then be valid for a period of five years. During the past two years, around 378 APA applications have been filed and we un derstand that this year as well, the APA programme has received a positive response.
Author: Rohan Phatarphekar
Source: The Economic Times
Date: 3/27/2015
Cement prices likely to go up as Railways increase freight rates
"The freight increase will majorly impact cement prices as urea, LPG and kerosene prices are regulated and subsidised by the government so there won't be any increase in prices of these commodities," said Rajaji Meshram, director, Transport at KPMG. 
Source: Times of India
Date: 2/27/2015
Rail Budget: New trains on hold, focus on road ahead
"The focus has been practical and pragmatic approach to capacity augmentation. This is a good move," said Biswanath Bhattacharya, partner at KPMG Infrastructure and Government Services.
Source: Times of India
Date: 2/27/2015
Rail Budget 2015: Railways enter fast-growing end-to-end logistics space with
There is an intent to raise service standards," said Arvind Mahajan, head of Infrastructure and Government services, KPMG in India. "Indian Railways lost out to private players in transportation of smaller parcel but high value goods, which it is trying to regain."
Author: -
Source: Economic Times
Date: 2/27/2015
Prabhu bets big on tech for Railways revamp
“From a vision and articulation point of view, it was very much a high-technology budget. These are not just incremental changes, there was a wow factor for sure,” said Jaijit Bhattacharya, partner, government advisory, KPMG
Author: -
Source: Business Standard
Date: 2/27/2015

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Subir Moitra

Director - Marketing & Communications

KPMG in India

Building No.10, 8th Floor, Tower B,

DLF Cyber City, Phase II, Gurgaon,

Haryana-122002

Tel : +91 98111 99613

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Subir Moitra
Director - Marketing and Communications,
KPMG in India
Building No.10, 8th Floor, Tower B,
DLF Cyber City, Phase II, Gurgaon,
Haryana-122002

+91 98111 99613

smoitra@kpmg.com



Vidya Mohan
Associate Director – Brand, Marketing and Communications,
KPMG India,
Lodha Excelus,
1st Floor, Apollo Mills Compound,
N.M. Joshi Marg, Mahalakshmi,
Mumbai - 400 011

+91 9820770846

vidyamohan@kpmg.com