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Italmoda case shows businesses need more protection against unfair VAT fraud sanctions

31 October 2017

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International businesses trading cross-border should be more protected against tax authorities combatting VAT fraud by denying certain rights. Jan Sanders, an international VAT specialist who works as an indirect tax manager at RELX, draws this conclusion after the Dutch Supreme Court released its final judgment in the Italmoda case.



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