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e-Invoicing in the European Union
All European Union member countries must transpose their legislative frameworks to Directive 2010/45 / EU and subsequent rulings on e-invoicing in order to harmonize the procedures for issuance and control of this type of document within the EU. The common legal framework for member states highlights the need to guarantee the origin and authenticity of electronic invoicing.
Mandatory statusE-invoicing in Europe has been developed in a harmonizing and integrating spirit to enhance the benefits of e-commerce between businesses, so the compulsory nature of its widespread use has never been proposed in any member state.
In some cases, it is required for relations with public administration, but not for tax purposes, rather with the aim of improving the relations between administrations and their suppliers.