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Taiwan's taxation office announced Monday that foreign enterprises and other entities from specified countries that have no fixed place of business in Taiwan but engage in. . .
JP Canavan discusses a proposed law, advanced by Australian government on February 16, which would overhaul the goods and services tax (GST) regime in relation to the importation of low value goods by consumers. . .
The EU Commission today opened a public consultation to gather views on the functioning of administrative cooperation regarding value added tax (VAT) and regarding the fight. . . .
The Australian Taxation Office, on December 22, published a draft goods and services ruling (GSTR 2016/D1) discussing the meaning of "Australian Consumer" for purposes of rules that . . .
Taiwan’s Ministry of Finance (MOF) has announced that on December 9 the Legislative Yuan passed a law imposing VAT on supplies of cross-border electronic services made to . . .
Davide Anghileri of the University of Lausanne discusses the European Commission's December 1 proposal to modernize and unify throughout Europe the value added tax (VAT) rules for cross-border business-to-consumer (B2C) e-commerce . . .
Taiwan's Ministry of Finance (MOF) has announced that on September 22 the executive branch, or Executive Yuan, has passed a proposed law imposing VAT on supplies of cross-border electronic . . .
The EU VAT Directive is valid in so far as it applies a reduced rate of tax only to printed books, newspapers and periodicals, as well as to digital books which are supplied by means of a physical medium, as opposed to digital publications supplied electronically . . .
New Zealand intends to introduce hybrid mismatch rules and will consult on new rules to prevent multinational corporations from stripping profits out of the country through excessive. . .
Ahead of tomorrow's ECOFIN meeting seeking agreement the EU anti-tax avoidance directive, Czech Republic finance Minister Andrej Babiš is warning that, to win his country's support for the directive, EU ministers . . .
The EU Commission on April 7 presented its VAT action plan, designed to update the EU VAT system to make it more fraud-proof, reduce administrative burdens, account for the digital . . .
See: Bloomberg Business.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO), on February 15, issued draft guidance elaborating upon proposed goods and services tax (GST) legislation introduced by the government last week. The guidance concerns aspects of new rules which would narrow the current test for determining when the enterprise of a nonresident . . .
The EU Commission will offer in early March an action plan proposing VAT simplification and anti-VAT fraud measures, including an option for a reverse charge mechanism, officials. . .