In this issue:
- Introduction of stricter rules on VAT assessments
- New procedure for the VAT exemption for purchases/imports of goods intended for intra-community supplies and exports
- Changes in the format of the periodic VAT returns
- VAT rates applicable to hotel packages
Elina Filippou & Eleanna Kamperi summarise what Greek enterprises should be watching out for in 2019, as we anticipate transposition into domestic legislation of the EU Directive on Anti-Tax Avoidance (ATAD). Their article is posted in January’s issue of the Hellenic Federation of Enterprises (SEV) monthly bulletin.
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