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The long arm of the EPF

Changes to the Employees Provident Fund Act (EPF Act), which were notified in October 2008, are proving burdensome to multinational companies employing expatriates in their Indian subsidiaries, say lawyers. Of particular concern are the amendments that cover the concept of international workers, under which expatriates in India and Indian workers abroad apply

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