Postal sector will intensify cooperation to ensure a well-functioning One-Stop-Shop with strong uptake

Date

06 Dec 2017

Sections

InfoSociety
Transport

Postal operators will continue to support the Commission's move to modernise VAT rules for improving cross-border e-commerce and combat fraud.  It is in everybody's interest that the new One-Stop-Shop IT system addresses all concerns including the expected increase in processing costs brought to the delivery sector, before It is fully extended and performing well towards the end of 2021.  During the implementation process, we support the Commission's approach to closely monitor and assess the systems.  Postal operators as key players in the e-commerce delivery sector, are ready to further contribute expertise, know-how and intensify cooperation to ensure the success of the process. 

 

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See also

A well-functioning One-Stop-Shop with strong uptake is key to the success of modernising VAT

Removal of the VAT de Minimis on E-Commerce Items will cost the delivery Industry 1b euros more

Effects of Removing the VAT De Minimis on e-commerce Imports by Copenhagen Economics

Full report

Postal Operators react to the New VAT proposal for Cross-border E-commerce (published 5 Dec 2016)

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