The Polish tax authority have launched a public consultation regarding the VAT rates applied to digital books and similar items
A new Romanian VAT rate has been introduced.
More overseas online sellers are registering for UK VAT
The Bulgarian authorities have announced the introduction of TOMS for wholesale supplies, in line with EU law.
The EC has recently released a paper outlining proposals which radically change VAT obligations for e-commerce businesses.
With the introduction of the UCC in May 2016, non-EU businesses will face more barriers when trying to import goods into the EU - specifically into Germany, who have changed their enforcement of the rules relating to importer of record status
The Indian government will implement a new digital service tax from 1 December 2016
Following UK law changes, Amazon are suspending Amazon accounts of non-compliant sellers
The Dutch supreme court has issued a ruling on the VAT rate applicbale to sales of toothpaste and sun cream.
The Croatian tax authorities have proposed changes to the VAT rates in uses in Croatia
A report has been published concerning responses to the commission's consultation on VAT rates applicable to e-publications.
The Greek authorities have introduced changes making VAT compliance easier for EU entities.
Amazon are launching a pilot scheme aimed at easing VAT compliance for sellers.
The Italian government has proposed changes to VAT reporting.
Amazon has recently amended its guidelines in respect of products provided in exchange for reviews.
Recent CJEU cases have provided taxpayers with support for input tax deduction.
The Belgian authorities have confirmed that a certified destination document can be used as evidence to make an exempt intra-community supply of goods.
The Lithuanian government has introduced new requirements for taxpayers.
The UK Finance bill 2016 became law with effect from this week, and contains legislation applicable to online traders.
The European commission has recently announced the VAT gap figures for 2014.
The Egyptian government has approved a VAT rate of 13% for the 2016-17 fiscal year
From 2017, a new extended VAT return featuring 19 rather than 11 boxes will be introduced in Norway.
Non-established businesses selling certain electronic services B2C to customers in New Zealand are required to charge GST from 1 October 2016.
Sweden considering the introduction of a registration threshold for resident businesses.
Netherlands looking to update process for claiming bad debt relief
Hungary may apply the reduced rate to supplies of internet services
China is to postpone the full implementation of the new VAT regime on goods purchased by consumers from aboard.
Non-resident providers of these services will be required to VAT register in Israel, collect and remit VAT. Digital services provided to Israeli businesses will be taxed under the reverse charge regime.