Capital gains tax for PE investors in unlisted companies cut to 10%

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The government has cut the long-term capital gain tax from 20% to 10% on investments made by PE funds into shares of unlisted companies. Currently, long-term capital gains arising from sale of unlisted securities in the case of FIIs are taxed at the rate of 10%, while other non-resident investors, including PE investors, are taxed at the rate of 20%. For listed securities, however, there is no tax on long term capital gains.

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