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Sweden backs PEPPOL for electronic invoicing between contracting authorities and their suppliers
e-Invoicing with Swedish central government agencies has been mandatory since 2008. The next step is for all the contracting authorities and their suppliers, who must adapt to the receipt and issue of electronic invoices as of April 1, 2019. This...
New e-Invoicing developments for 2019 in Europe
Continuing with the Digital Single Market strategy and the inexorable advance of digital transformation, in 2019 several European countries will be developing different electronic strategies applied to e-Invoicing models.
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New e-Invoicing models in 2019 in LATAM
Several Latin American countries such as Guatemala, Panama or Paraguay are developing their e-invoicing models. These countries follow in the wake of others with more advanced systems such as Mexico, Brazil or Chile.
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e-Invoicing in public procurement in Europe
Directive 2014/55 / EU officially comes into force on April 18, 2019 with the aim of improving efficiency in European Union public procurement processes.
Electronic invoicing will be mandatory for e-Procurement processes in Portugal from January 2019
Portugal has adopted a model based on Directive 2014/55/EU and will make e-Invoicing with all its public administrations mandatory as of January 2019. As specified in Decree Law No. 111-B / 2017 of August 31 in article 9, billing systems...