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EU VAT gap falls ahead of VAT reform to tackle fraud

05 October 2017

Joe Stanley-Smith

The EU hopes that its plan to reform the VAT system, which includes changes to the digital single market, will make it more resilient to the massive level of fraud currently prevalent within its borders.



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