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Angola

Businesses in Angola with a turnover of more than USD 250,000 will have to use validated eInvoice systems

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Argentina

Argentina’s tax authority (AFIP) expanded the mandatory eInvoicing regime to all sectors of the economy

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Australia

The Australia and New Zealand governments have signed the Trans-Tasman eInvoicing arrangement

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Austria

eInvoices must be accepted by the authorities as long as authenticity is guaranteed from issuer to end of storage

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Belgium

eInvoices must be accepted provided I&A can be assured by various means, including an EDI platform

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Bolivia

The National Tax Service (SIN) in Bolivia announced its new eInvoicing system, which came into force in 2019

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Brazil

With very few exceptions, eInvoicing is mandatory in Brazil for all of the country's 1.6 million businesses

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Bulgaria

All incoming eInvoices must be guaranteed for Integrity and Authenticity according to Bulgarian govt regulations

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Canada

The optimisation of internal operations AR and AP automation is a key objective for Canada

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Chile

The Chilean tax authority declared electronic invoicing as mandatory for all businesses

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China

Use of eInvoicing has expanded from eCommerce and telecommunications to many other sectors in China

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Colombia

In Colombia eInvoicing is now a requirement for all businesses, resulting in a 50% reduction in tax evasion

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