Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
In July 2021, the European Commission presented its ambitious legislation package to supports its commitment to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions within the EU by at least 55% by 2030 (compared to 1990). From an international trade point of view, the most important part of the package is the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (“CBAM”).
Mazars Netherlands indirect tax speaker Eline Polak will share her insights with the audience the impact on the supply chain.
Dutch budget day 2023
On 20 September 2022, the Dutch government has presented its Tax Plan 2023 to the House of Representatives. In this Tax Plan the government has proposed its plans that will take effect from 1 January2023.
Our senior manager Devi Joshi is delighted to share the key measures concerning international business, which will touch upon digital economy, tax transparency and governance.
- EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism: Ensuring your supply chain is compliant
- Pillar 2: One step further toward the global minimum effective tax rate
- ATAD 3: EU attempt to combat the abuse by so-called shell entities
- DAC 7: Alert to the Digital platforms
Date and time
5th December, Monday
CET 9:00 (Beijing time 16:00)
English (with Chinese simultaneous interpretation）