Laga’s Alexander Baert and Deloitte’s Fernand Rutten explore the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) accreditation programme, a primary tool for the delivery of European Union Customs Code (UCC) objectives
Petar Varbanov of Eurofast Global gives a comprehensive guide to navigating Bulgaria's VAT reporting package requirements, and how foreigners can claim VAT refunds.
In a significant development signalling the onset of radical reform in India’s indirect tax landscape, the lower house of the parliament (Lok Sabha) passed during the first week of May the Constitution Amendment Bill 2014 (‘the Bill’) to enable the introduction of goods and services tax (GST). Prashant Deshpande of Deloitte explains how the Bill’s passage was a milestone event which is set to provide impetus to the government’s aim of rolling out GST in April 2016.
Malaysia’s long road to GST implementation ended on April 1 2015 with a goods and services tax (GST) of 6% being introduced. While the Malaysian version of GST resembles systems elsewhere, it has a unique flavour and with it some challenges for taxpayers. Senthuran Elalingam of Deloitte looks at the road ahead and what businesses need to be focusing on.