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Indirect tax traps: Selling goods cross-border

As non-EU based businesses broaden their markets and their offerings, they are increasingly finding that the indirect tax consequences of selling into the EU, the US and Australia create potential barriers to smooth international trading, explain Richard Woolich, Hugh Goodwin, and Matthew Cridland of DLA Piper.

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