Guidance on customs provisions and tax measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.
All about company taxation, VAT, customs procedures, excise duties, legislation, tenders and more
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All about the EU’s taxation policies and taxation rules for business and citizens.
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Publicly-accessible documents in the customs and tax area.
Information about the impact of the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the EU
The Political Guidelines focus on six headline ambitions for Europe over the next five years and well beyond.
The European Commission has today proposed changes to the EU’s VAT (value added tax) rules, in preparation for the end of the transition period with the United Kingdom.
On 4 August 2020, the European Commission submitted a proposal for a Council Decision to continue authorising Spain to apply total exemptions from or partial reductions in the tax known as ‘Arbitrio sobre las Importaciones y Entregas de Mercancías en las Islas Canarias’ (AIEM) in respect of some products that are produced locally in the Canary Islands (listed in the Annex of the Decision).