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India for auto info exchange on black money

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ISTANBUL, Feb 11 � India has called for expeditious implementation of the automatic exchange of tax information saying it would help in tracking illegal money stashed in foreign banks, reports PTI.

Raising the issue at the recently concluded meeting of the G20 Finance Ministers and central bank governors here, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha advocated �full and fast implementation� of Automatic Exchange of Information within the agreed time-frame.

�This would help India to trace transactions of money illegally earned or stashed in foreign banks without paying appropriate taxes in the countries where those transactions took place,� Sinha said.

During his intervention, Sinha expressed concern over the unconventional monetary policies adopted by a number of advanced economies.

He emphasised on the need for having an effective mechanism to deal with negative spillovers that may arise due to these policies or due to unexpected and disorderly withdrawal of these policies in future.

�I highlighted paradox of Quantitative Easing in the US, Japan, EU (and that) results in tightening of long term investment flows in emerging markets due to QE exit worries,� he said in a tweet.

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India for auto info exchange on black money

ISTANBUL, Feb 11 � India has called for expeditious implementation of the automatic exchange of tax information saying it would help in tracking illegal money stashed in foreign banks, reports PTI.

Raising the issue at the recently concluded meeting of the G20 Finance Ministers and central bank governors here, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha advocated �full and fast implementation� of Automatic Exchange of Information within the agreed time-frame.

�This would help India to trace transactions of money illegally earned or stashed in foreign banks without paying appropriate taxes in the countries where those transactions took place,� Sinha said.

During his intervention, Sinha expressed concern over the unconventional monetary policies adopted by a number of advanced economies.

He emphasised on the need for having an effective mechanism to deal with negative spillovers that may arise due to these policies or due to unexpected and disorderly withdrawal of these policies in future.

�I highlighted paradox of Quantitative Easing in the US, Japan, EU (and that) results in tightening of long term investment flows in emerging markets due to QE exit worries,� he said in a tweet.