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Alan Dolton Editor of Tolley's Tax Cases and Tolley's VAT Cases gives us the latest tax case news
CopyGene A/S v Skatteministeriet (ECJ Case C-262/08)
 
In a Danish case a private stem cell bank (C) was authorised to handle stem cells extracted from umbilical cord blood. The tax authority issued a ruling that C was required to account for tax on its supplies. C appealed contending that its supplies qualified for exemption. The case was referred to the ECJ for a ruling on the interpretation of Article 13A1(b) of the EC Sixth Directive.
 
Advocate-General Sharpston expressed the Opinion that 'a service such as the collection transportation analysis and storage of umbilical...

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