mardukkorn,Thanks for the reply! Your second answer give me good indication about the first question.I would guess that if a tax ID number is required then one probably has to earn rupees and pay Indian taxes in order to trade on the BSE.For some expats, I guess that might be the catch. For example, my employer pays me in USD to my Stateside accounts. To my knowledge, I will not require an Indian tax ID. But I'm unsure at this point.In any case, I'll continue to make queries.Separately, I've noticed very attractive terms at ICICI Bank and others for longer-term deposit "schemes" as they're called. I laugh a little each time I see that for scheme in American usage often connotes a sinister element. I've already inquired about these and look forward to earning 9.50% interest on something analogous to a 2-year CD.Any thoughts on these bank vehicles?A
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