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  • BDO Indirect Tax News - Issue 3/2023

BDO Indirect Tax News - Issue 3/2023

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BDO Indirect Tax News focuses on issues of practical importance in the field of VAT and similar indirect taxes, such as GST. Experts from all over the world provide first-hand information on recent developments in legislation, jurisdiction and tax authorities’ opinions and directives.

In this edition: 

  • European Union: CBAM regulation provides details on compliance obligations
  • Aruba: Potential impact of the impending turnover tax on imports
  • Canada: New legislation to eliminate forced and child labour in supply chains enacted
  • China: Integrated circuit enterprises may be eligible for super input VAT credit
  • Czech Rep: VAT reduced rates proposed to be consolidated, resulting in some reclassifications
  • Denmark: Interest charged on corrections to VAT returns as from 1 July 2023
  • European Union: Proposed EU Customs reform includes VAT changes
  • Germany:
    • New e-invoicing requirements under discussion
    • Plastic packaging tax enacted
  • India: New e-invoicing requirements under discussion
  • International: Indirect Tax bytes
  • Italy: Tax authorities reverse position on VAT treatment of branch transactions
  • Japan: Relief measures proposed for tax-exempt businesses under JCT invoicing system
  • Malaysia: Update on indirect taxes, including re-introduction of voluntary disclosure programme
  • Netherlands: Customer’s identity required to apply reverse charge
  • Spain:
    • Financial services now excluded from application of use and enjoyment rule
    • Draft regulations issued on mandatory B2B e-invoicing
    • DAC 7 implemented into domestic law
  • United States: Preparing for sales tax audits five years after Wayfair
  • Zimbabwe: VAT, customs duty suspended on basic commodities

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