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Judgement of the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Reliance Industries Limited & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 28/06/2014 regarding Production Sharing Contracts for the exploration and production of petroleum from the Mid and South Tapti Fields and for the exploration and production of petroleum from Panna and Mukta Fields.

This paper explores the nature, significance and policy implications of spillovers in international corporate taxation—the effects of one country’s rules and practices on others. It complements current initiatives focused on tax avoidance by multinationals, notably the G20-OECD project on Base Erosion and Profit shifting (BEPS).

The role of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in developing countries like India becomes considerably a key driver of economic growth. FDI contributes for the Development of the country in the form of development of Multinational companies (MNCs) in India, which provides education and training for their employees and brings new skills, information and technology to host country. The Foreign Institutional Investors (FII) are being a major support for the development of corporate hospitals in the country.

This new annual ranking of the world’s most innovative companies by The Fast Company finds that many are leading the way in creating low carbon products, including Nike, Google and Philips. Google ranks at number 1 for its long list of ‘life-changing’ projects and milestones, including Google Glass and autonomous vehicles.

Read text of the Delhi High Court order regarding regulation of the corporate enterprise dated 06/01/2014 in the matter of Association Of Unified Telecom vs Union of India & Others.It covers telecom companies and other corporate entities.

The Transparency International study Transparency in Corporate Reporting: Assessing Emerging Market Multinationals assesses the corporate reporting practices of 100 large multinational companies from emerging markets. These rapidly expanding companies, identified as rising stars of the world economy, come from 16 different countries.

By 2025, almost half of the world’s biggest companies will probably be based in emerging markets, profoundly altering global competitive dynamics projects this new report by McKinsey Global Institute. It focuses on understanding the global landscape for large companies—and how it will be reshaped by the rise of thousands of new corporate giants based in the emerging world.

Quick service restaurant (QSR) television advertisements for children’s meals were compared with adult advertisements from the same companies to assess whether self-regulatory pledges for food advertisements to children had been implemented.

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n the past 5 years, political discourse about the challenge of undernutrition has increased substantially at national and international levels and has led to stated commitments from many national governments, international organisations, and donors. The Scaling Up Nutrition movement has both driven, and been driven by, this developing momentum. Harmonisation has increased among stakeholders, with regard to their understanding of the main causes of malnutrition and to the various options for addressing it.

The Bangladesh tragedy exposes the callousness of the garment business. (Editorial)

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