EU Presidency Proposes Database To Fight VAT Fraud

Law360 (November 4, 2019, 2:23 PM EST) -- A new central database of payment information should be created to fight value-added tax fraud in the European Union, according to a proposal released Monday by the bloc’s rotating presidency, held by Finland.

European Union finance ministers meeting in Brussels on Friday are to consider rules that would allow EU members to “collect in a harmonized way” records from payment service providers like Worldpay and Visa.  (AP) The proposal will be discussed and put up for a vote Friday during a meeting of the EU's Economic and Financial Affairs Council, which is made up of all 28 finance ministers of the member countries....

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