11. Schweizer Zollrechtstagung 2022


Die Regularien für internationale Lieferketten werden komplexer, neue Technologien entwickeln sich rasend schnell und treiben die Digitalisierung unbeirrt voran. Sie als Entscheidungsträger sind gefordert: Sie müssen diesem Wandel mit Weitblick begegnen, rechtskonform agieren und dabei Ihren Aufwand im Griff halten.

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Colombia: VAT rules for non-resident service providers . Webinar – 23 of February 2022


If you need to understand recent developments around VAT rules for services provided into Colombia (action 1 BEPS) please join the webinar 23 of February.

1 hour online session, English spoken. Click here to register.

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Vischer – Juristin/Juristen oder Ökonomin/Ökonomen (50% – 100 %) für unser Steuerteam


Wir sind eine führende, international ausgerichtete Wirtschaftsanwaltskanzlei mit über 100 Rechtsanwälten/-innen und Steuerexperten/-innen. An unseren Standorten in Zürich, Basel und Genf entwickeln wir mit unseren hochqualifizierten Teams erfolgreich innovative und massgeschneiderte Lösungen für unsere in- und ausländische Klientschaft.

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EU –  Public Consultation on e-commerce – consumer input required


Since most of us will fall within the category of people who purchase goods online of which some will also come from outside the EU, may I suggest that you  take a few minutes and complete the questionnaire to voice your opinion how the future of e-commerce should look like.

https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/TAXUD_E-CommerceStudy2021

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SCIP regulation – new EU register as from 1.1.2022


In most EU countries, a new EU SCIP register came into force on 1 January 2022, which includes products containing hazardous substances. The introduction of this register has not been properly publicized and it is worth getting acquainted with this regulation due to the high financial penalties provided for in it.

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PwC Webinar – Changements douaniers au 1er janvier 2022 en Suisse et tour d’horizon de l’actualité douanière – Mardi, 8 février 2022, 9.00 – 10.00 a.m


À propos du webinaire
Dans la série « Webinaire douanier », notre premier webinaire en français de l’année 2022 traitera des récents changements en vigueur au 1er janvier 2022 et fera un tour d’horizon de l’actualité douanière. Notre série « Webinaire douanier » sera suivie de trois autres webinaires qui seront axés sur des domaines industriels spécifiques.

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Indirect Tax – What you can earn around the globe for being a VAT/custom specialist


I am happy to share the publication of BLT’s Indirect Tax Market Report & Salary Survey 2022, which includes detail of the impact of a couple of years’ pandemic turbulence on the UK and international Indirect Tax job market; salaries; hiring trends, working arrangements and other fascinating topics!

Have a look what you can earn as indirect tax specialist.

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Slovenia – introduction of reverse charge for foreign BtoB sellers as from 22 January 2022


Slovenia’s National Assembly approved adoption of Article 194 of the EU VAT Directive for the VAT Act. That means that VAT compliance obligations can be shifted  from foreign B2B seller to their resident customers. This simplification means VAT is not charged by the vendor, and the recipient records the transaction as a ‘reverse charge’ with no cash payment.

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Online Event – Policy, Practise and Future Outlook: January 27 and 28, 2022


The implementation of a Global Minimum Tax around the globe continues to capture attention. Fur­ther to the release of the long-awaited model rules and a proposed EU directive, consultations have begun in several countries.

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Peru – Authorized Exporter: a new facility for exporters that will save time and reduce costs


In June 2020, Peru’s Ministry of Tourism and Foreign Trade published the Rules of Authorized Exporter by means of the Supreme Decree No. 005-2020-MINCETUR. Under these rules, exporters could obtain an administrative license that allows them to issue their own certificates of origin (COs). Thus, exporters no longer need to submit forms before the Ministry to acquire COs, thereby saving time and reducing costs.

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