4 min read.Updated: 28 Feb 2016, 04:27 PM ISTMoyna Manku
Opinion is divided on whether companies should get tax benefits for activities conducted as per the requirements of the CSR rules
New Delhi: In April, India’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) rules will have been in place for two years. But the debates, questions and grey areas surrounding provisions of this legislation remain. Despite the ongoing stormy budget session, sector experts are hoping that the government will be able to provide answers some key problems with the CSR rules like differential tax treatment of different activities permitted as CSR.
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