Amendment to the current VAT Law and the federal fiscal code was submitted to the Chamber of Deputies on 5 of September. The aim is to amend the VAT Law in order to tax services provided through digital platforms by none resident companies. In order words it means that foreign companies without any permanent establishment in Mexico providing services through platforms to customers domiciled in Mexico will be subject to VAT. The bill mentions two options
Following the publication of the Value Added Tax Law (“VAT Law”) in October 2018, the Bahrain Ministry of Finance (“MoF”) has now released the VAT Executive Regulations. The Regulations provide further details on the application of the VAT Law that will take effect from 1 January 2019 including compliance matters, and the scope of the zero rating and exemptions described at a high-level in the VAT Law.
With very little time until the introduction of VAT, businesses must act now to comply with VAT from 1 January 2019.
Read here in-depth the analysis on key areas of the Regulations and what issues businesses need to consider now.
The UAE has released the VAT law on last Sunday. Please see the ministry website for more Details.
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At the end of 2016 the Serbian Parliament adopted important changes to the VAT law. As of 1 January 2017 foreign e-service suppliers are obliged to register for VAT in Serbia if they provide services for non-taxpayers.
Additionally, as of 1 April 2017 the general place of supply rules for services will be changed. Continue reading