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PHARMA WEBINAR: Brexit and its impact on pharma and life sciences industry


The continued complexities in agreeing the form of the UK’s exit from the EU, can make planning for Brexit difficult for businesses. However, the pharma and life sciences industry has been one of the more prepared industry sectors given its unique challenges around Brexit.

I would like to invite you to join our webinar to discuss this topic together with PwC’s international indirect tax experts, as well experts in the wider regulatory and supply chain issues that will impact the pharma and life sciences industry. During this digital presentation our panel of experts will give you an overview of the indirect tax implications within the pharma and life sciences sector both in the UK and in other EU member states, as well as an overview of the wider implications.

Date:  25 February 2019 from 1.30pm to 2.30pm (CET).

I’m looking forward to welcoming you to our “Brexit and its impact on the pharma and life sciences industry” webinar! Please klick the link which will guide you to your personal registration page and further event information.

 

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Breaking news von Sandra Ragaz: Pharmaceutical rebates – opportunity for VAT savings


The ECJ AG in the case of Boehringer Ingelheim has been handed down on 11 July 2017 (please find he CJEU case C-462/16 here: Link).

In that regard we have excellent breaking news and a VAT saving opportunity on (mandatory) rebates that companies have to render for the supply of pharmaceuticals. Continue reading


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International indirect tax Pharma & Life Science Virtual Round Table – PwC


Photo_RGB_Rep_BS-60.jpgDear all

I would like to invite you to our next free of charge webinar “indirect tax Pharma & Life Science Virtual Round Table”.
During the webinar we will discuss diverse indirect tax aspects of toll manufacturing, ERP systems and congresses with tax specialist of the pharmaceutical and life science industry of PwC. Continue reading


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France – VAT rate changes as per 1 of January 2014


The French tax authorities have reconfirmed in the recent Finance Bill that the VAT rate changes will take effect on 1 January 2014. The standard rate will increase from 19.6% to 20%. The intermediate rate will be increased from 7% to 10%. This rate will apply to various goods and services including restaurants and meals for immediate consumption, passenger transport, hotel accommodation, pharmaceutical products not reimbursed by social security and transfers of copyrights. Continue reading