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November 2019
The New European Electronic Communications Code. A Further Step to Support Technological Development This Article was originally published in Issue 6.8 of the CEE Legal Matters Magazine. Technology is part of our lives. And technological development leaves its mark on our lifestyle. We saw that in our own homes when we gave up our traditional landlines and used the fixed broadband Internet connection instead, at higher and higher speeds. We see that when exploring the ever-expanding features and options of our mobile handsets. We also see that while viewing high definition programs or when accessing digital interactive services through our TV sets, and when faced with the option of placing calls using traditional services or through new applications. We can see the technological development when rural areas have access to electronic communications and are thus able to reap the benefits of the digital economy. Technology is part of our lives. And technological development leaves its mark on our lifestyle. We saw that in our own homes when we gave up our traditional landlines and used the fixed broadband Internet connection instead, at higher and higher speeds. We see that when exploring the ever-expanding features and options of our mobile handsets. We also see that while viewing high definition programs or when accessing digital interactive services through our TV sets, and when faced with the option of placing calls using traditional services or through new applications. We can see the technological development when rural areas have access to electronic communications and are thus able to reap the benefits of the digital economy. To read more, please download the .pdf attached. CEE Legal Matters Vlad Cercel
The New European Electronic Communications Code. A Further Step to Support Technological Development

This Article was originally published in Issue 6.8 of the CEE Legal Matters Magazine.

Technology is part of our lives. And technological development leaves its mark on our lifestyle. We saw that in our own homes when we gave up our traditional landlines and used the fixed broadband Internet connection instead, at higher and higher speeds. We see that when exploring the ever-expanding features and options of our mobile handsets. We also see that while viewing high definition programs or when accessing digital interactive services through our TV sets, and when faced with the option of placing calls using traditional services or through new applications. We can see the technological development when rural areas have access to electronic communications and are thus able to reap the benefits of the digital economy. [+]

From:CEE Legal Matters
Publisher:CEE Legal Matters
By:Vlad Cercel

Technology is part of our lives. And technological development leaves its mark on our lifestyle. We saw that in our own homes when we gave up our traditional landlines and used the fixed broadband Internet connection instead, at higher and higher speeds. We see that when exploring the ever-expanding features and options of our mobile handsets. We also see that while viewing high definition programs or when accessing digital interactive services through our TV sets, and when faced with the option of placing calls using traditional services or through new applications. We can see the technological development when rural areas have access to electronic communications and are thus able to reap the benefits of the digital economy.

To read more, please download the .pdf attached.

 


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Quick fixes to the current European VAT system: New rules to become applicable as of 1 January 2020 Ever since they were made public, at the beginning of 2018, Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/1912 and Council Directive (EU) 2018/1910 remained high on the agenda of each local tax conference. It is no wonder, as the two enactments introduce significant changes to intra-Community transactions - the so-called "quick fixes" to change the rules of the game as regards VAT exemptions for intra-Community supplies of goods, chain transactions and call off stock arrangements. In this context, with less than 3 months until enforcement, there is a growing interest of the business environment in relation to the quick fixes introduced by these enactments. This is good, as the changes are meant to render consistent and to streamline those rules which, due to a deficient harmonization among Member States, are now a cause for uncertainty. Nevertheless, as it almost always happens with tax changes, be it amendments of national or EU laws, quick fixes raise various questions particularly for the taxpayers. Ever since they were made public, at the beginning of 2018, Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/1912 and Council Directive (EU) 2018/1910 remained high on the agenda of each local tax conference. It is no wonder, as the two enactments introduce significant changes to intra-Community transactions - the so-called "quick fixes" to change the rules of the game as regards VAT exemptions for intra-Community supplies of goods, chain transactions and call off stock arrangements. In this context, with less than 3 months until enforcement, there is a growing interest of the business environment in relation to the quick fixes introduced by these enactments. This is good, as the changes are meant to render consistent and to streamline those rules which, due to a deficient harmonization among Member States, are now a cause for uncertainty. Nevertheless, as it almost always happens with tax changes, be it amendments of national or EU laws, quick fixes raise various questions particularly for the taxpayers. To read the entire article, please download the .pdf attached. Vlad T─ânase
Quick fixes to the current European VAT system: New rules to become applicable as of 1 January 2020

Ever since they were made public, at the beginning of 2018, Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/1912 and Council Directive (EU) 2018/1910 remained high on the agenda of each local tax conference. It is no wonder, as the two enactments introduce significant changes to intra-Community transactions - the so-called "quick fixes" to change the rules of the game as regards VAT exemptions for intra-Community supplies of goods, chain transactions and call off stock arrangements.

In this context, with less than 3 months until enforcement, there is a growing interest of the business environment in relation to the quick fixes introduced by these enactments. This is good, as the changes are meant to render consistent and to streamline those rules which, due to a deficient harmonization among Member States, are now a cause for uncertainty. Nevertheless, as it almost always happens with tax changes, be it amendments of national or EU laws, quick fixes raise various questions particularly for the taxpayers. [+]

By:Vlad T─ânase

Ever since they were made public, at the beginning of 2018, Council Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/1912 and Council Directive (EU) 2018/1910 remained high on the agenda of each local tax conference. It is no wonder, as the two enactments introduce significant changes to intra-Community transactions - the so-called "quick fixes" to change the rules of the game as regards VAT exemptions for intra-Community supplies of goods, chain transactions and call off stock arrangements.

In this context, with less than 3 months until enforcement, there is a growing interest of the business environment in relation to the quick fixes introduced by these enactments. This is good, as the changes are meant to render consistent and to streamline those rules which, due to a deficient harmonization among Member States, are now a cause for uncertainty. Nevertheless, as it almost always happens with tax changes, be it amendments of national or EU laws, quick fixes raise various questions particularly for the taxpayers.

To read the entire article, please download the .pdf attached.


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