Tuesday, 28 June, 2022
TopicCairn Energy tax dispute

Topic: Cairn Energy tax dispute

Cairn to drop cases against India after it gets $1 billion refund, CEO Simon Thomson says

Cairn said it will return up to $700 million out of the $1.06 billion it is supposed to get from Modi govt to 'shareholders via special dividend and buyback.'

Modi govt finally moves to bury controversial UPA era retrospective tax ghost

Decision will end India’s dispute with Vodafone Plc and Cairn Energy Plc, and in 15 other similar cases. FM Sitharaman notes that the retrospective tax became a ‘sore point’ with investors.

Cairn targets Indian assets in Paris: What is its dispute with Modi govt & why it’s escalated

A tax dispute stemming from a 15-year old transaction has adversely impacted India’s efforts to project itself as an investor friendly destination. ThePrint explains

India to take legal recourse over Cairn Energy’s confiscation of Paris assets worth Rs 180 cr

Cairn Energy has been moving aggressively to push the Modi govt to comply with the $1.7 billion arbitration award that it won in December 2020 in the retrospective taxation case.

Cairn Energy secures French court order to seize 20 Indian properties in Paris

Britain's Cairn Energy is trying to recover part of $1.7 billion due from India following an arbitration panel overturning the levy of retrospective taxes.

Now Devas wants to seize Air India’s assets in the US to enforce $1.2 bn arbitration award

Calling Air India an 'alter ego' of the Indian state & therefore liable for sovereign’s debts, Devas filed plea in New York asking the airline to pay the amount or forfeit its US property.

Air India’s privatisation won’t be affected by Cairn ‘pressure tactics’, govt says

Cairn Energy has sued Air India in the US to recover its $1.2 billion arbitration award. This has raised questions around the stake sale of the national carrier.

India files appeal against $1.2 billion Cairn Energy arbitration award

The appeal against a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration invalidating India's Rs 10,247 crore tax claim comes weeks before UK PM Boris Johnson's visit to India.

Why India continues to fight the Vodafone, Cairn Energy retrospective tax battles

While two recent international decisions against India’s retrospective taxes tell one story, there is another side which ought not to be ignored.

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