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  • Service: Tax
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 6/26/2013

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Laurence Lhote

Partner

Tel. +352 22 51 51 5534

laurence.lhote@kpmg.lu

 

Konstanze Ziegler

Director

Tel. +352 22 51 51 5466

konstanze.ziegler@kpmg.lu

 

Frederic Raepers

Director

Tel. +352 22 51 51 5462

frederic.raepers@kpmg.lu

 

 

Global Indirect Tax Brief: June 2013 

Global Indirect Tax Brief (GITB) features updates on issues and challenges in indirect tax from around the world.
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Articles and countries included in this edition of GITB include:

 

  • Australia – ATO GST compliance strategy
  • Bahamas – VAT to be introduced in 2014
  • Belgium – Belgian Insurance Premium Tax: CJEU rules in favor of “dynamic” interpretation of the habitual place of residence
  • Canada – Indirect tax audits and risks on the rise – are you ready?
  • China – Nationwide expansion of China’s VAT pilot program on 1 August 2013
  • Germany – Change in evidence requirements for intra-Community supplies of goods from 1 October 2013
  • India – Union budget 2013
  • Ireland – Key VAT legislative changes for 2013
  • Malta – The effect of the new place of supply rule on yacht leasing arrangements
  • Mexico – New scheme of certified company
  • Netherlands – Reverse charge mechanism for specific goods
  • Peru – New fast-track import process welcomed by local businesses
  • Portugal – New bad debt relief rules
  • Spain – VAT rate applicable to pharmaceutical products
  • Sweden – Possible to exempt intra-Community supplies even if the purchaser's VAT number cannot be presented
  • UK – Whatever you want, whatever you need
  • US – Indirect tax compliance is more than just sales tax
  • Vietnam – Recent VAT regulatory developments

 

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