July 2002
Management Services;Jul2002, Vol. 46 Issue 7, p20
Academic Journal
From July 2003, electronically delivered services, including downloaded software, electronic mail services, messaging, and Internet access, will be subjected to value added tax in European Union countries. Also included in the rule are subscription-based and pay-per-view radio and television broadcasting. The rule is applicable to all such services supplied for consumption with the Union. Meanwhile, value added tax securities will have their work cut out, ensuring that non-European Union based suppliers charge value added tax when selling a European Union based customer.


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