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New Delhi, India.

In a major decision dealing with the liberalization of India’s legal market, the nation’s top court ruled this week that foreign law firms still are not permitted to establish physical offices in India, but they are allowed to advise on non-Indian law matters on a temporary basis.

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Anna Zhang

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