Amazon joins tax battle too
The supply of data to tax authorities from digital platforms on the sale of goods and services has already been implemented in Greece in recent years. In fact, the Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) has entered into agreements with delivery companies and receives quarterly transaction data, while collecting data from short-term rental platforms such as Booking.com, Vrbo and Airbnb.
That model is being extended to cross-border transactions, with tax authorities receiving data as part of the exchange of information. For example, Amazon should send the data of the Greek businesses that collaborate with the platform to the country where it is headquartered and then this data will be received by AADE.
According to information, the Ministry of National Economy and Finance and AADE are considering moving one step ahead of the rest of the EU countries. The Greek...