M&A Deals in India: What you need to know

Mathias, Stephen
July 2004
Siliconindia;Jul2004, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p54
Focuses on merger and acquisition deals in India. Growth of the outsourcing industry in India; Tips for companies planning to merge with or acquire other companies; Government regulations regarding corporate mergers and acquisitions; Exchange control laws from the Reserve Bank of India; Modes of valuation and payment; Shareholders and stock options.


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