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official titleProposal for a COUNCIL DIRECTIVE amending Directive 2006/112/EC on the common system of value added tax as regards the special scheme for small enterprises
|Decision making procedure||Consultation procedure (CNS)|
|reference by COM-number i||COM(2018)21|
|Additional COM-numbers||SWD(2018)11; SWD(2018)9|
|procedure number i||2018/0006(CNS)|
|CELEX number i||52018PC0021|
|Decision||18-02-2020; Richtlijn 2020/285|
|Publication in Official Journal i||02-03-2020; OJ L 62 p. 13-23|
- Richtlijn 2020/285 - Amendment of the VAT Directive as regards the special scheme for small enterprises and Regulation (EU) No 904/2010 as regards the administrative cooperation and exchange of information for the purpose of monitoring the correct application of the special scheme for small enterprises
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