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The Future of VAT

 
Peter Jenkins Global Director of Indirect Tax at Ernst & Young reviews the Lexis Nexis conference supported by Monckton Chambers on EU Law Developments held on 29 April 2008
 
This conference had a very full programme with a keynote contribution from Stephen Bill from the European Commission an update from Chris Tailby Director for Anti-avoidance at HMRC on his strategy and how well it is working and useful and interesting updates from the Monckton set on a number of other topics including the relationship between VAT and Customs duties (Andrew Macnab) fiscal neutrality and competition (Valentina Sloane) recent ECJ cases (Peter Mantle) sales promotion and loyalty schemes (Christopher Vajda QC) and partial exemption (Philip Woolfe). I will comment briefly on the key points which seemed to me...
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