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An Indian man walks past the signboard of telecom firm “Vodafone” outside the corporate office in India’s financial capital Mumbai. Seven industry bodies from the United States to Japan say an Indian plan to retroactively tax business deals has prompted a widespread review of whether to invest in the country

An Indian man walks past the signboard of telecom firm "Vodafone" outside the corporate office in India's financial capital Mumbai. Seven industry bodies from the United States to Japan say an Indian plan to retroactively tax business deals has prompted a widespread review of whether to invest in the country

An Indian man walks past the signboard of telecom firm “Vodafone” outside the corporate office in India’s financial capital Mumbai. Seven industry bodies from the United States to Japan say an Indian plan to retroactively tax business deals has prompted a widespread review of whether to invest in the country

Published Date: Monday, April 2nd, 2012 | 02:31 PM

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