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Example:

The company has been the duty-free operator in Kolkata since 2008.

Which is the correct way to say:

The company is the duty-free operator in Kolkata since 2008

or

I have seen many changes in Kolkata since 2008.

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● The company has been the duty-free operator in Kolkata since 2008.

● I have seen many changes in Kolkata since 2008.

Both of these look correct to me. Since is generally used with perfect tenses. For, on the other hand, is used with both perfect and simple tenses.

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