Who will bear the Burden of Digital Services Taxes?
Though the European Commission has suspended its proposals for an EU-wide Digital Services Tax (DST), a number of countries both in and outside the EU—including France, Hungary, India, Italy, Chile, Spain, and the United Kingdom—are unilaterally pressing ahead with DSTs as an ‘interim’ measure, pending proposed agreement by the OECD of a future special tax framework for digital businesses.
Are DSTs a justified response to a global economy that is becoming more digitised? What will be the impact of DSTs? On platform businesses? Consumers? Business formation? The economy?
Join us for Who Will Bear the Burden of Digital Services Taxes?, in Brussels, 10th July next.
Places at this event are limited. If you would like to attend then please contact: Paul MacDonnell.