"By promoting e-invoicing, Belgium's government could reduce companies' admin charges and contribute to competitiveness at a stroke," says PwC
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'Modernisation and economic progress' is a key-priority of the EU-28 and the Accession Countries. Almost 500 million EU citizens stand to benefit from EU joint action in the various areas of common interest, which include:
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European Union programming period 2014-2020 - From vision to implementation