VAT fraud: how to deal with the remaining risks?

11-12-2018
Diversion traffic sign with text VAT AHEAD

Member States lose a staggering € 150 billion in VAT revenues on a yearly basis due to fraudulent activities, says TAX3 Chair Petr Ježek. He points at the key issues related to the forthcoming overhaul of the EU VAT system and the role of expertise provided by the policy department in the work of the committee. Other topics in this issue include recognition of qualifications, domestic sexual abuse, ESI funds and universal jurisdiction. Forthcoming publications and events are also announced.

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