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EC consults on lowering VAT for cross-border e-commerce

Friday 25 September 2015 | 15:06 CET | News
The European Commission launched a public consultation to help identify ways to simplify the value-added tax (VAT) payments on cross-border e-commerce transactions in the EU. Business owners and other interested parties may respond before the EC drafts its legislative proposals on the topic in 2016, as part of the Digital Single Market strategy. The consultation will run for 12 weeks and end on 18 December. This consultation is also part of the ongoing assessment of the new rules for VAT payments on cross-border telecommunications, broadcasting and electronic services which came into force

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Companies: European Commission
Countries: Europe
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