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European Commission proposes a special VAT exemption

On 12 April 2021 the Commission proposed to exempt from value added tax (VAT) goods and services made available by EU bodies and agencies to Member States and citizens during times of crisis.

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More efficient EU law-making process?

In April 2021 the EU Commission adopted a Communication on Better Regulation that includes several proposals on the possible improvements of EU law-making process.

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Government decree passed to ease construction works during the emergency

On 10 March 2021, a new Government decree was passed aiming to ease construction work processes by not requiring certain safety measures.

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Free data erasure

A new Government Decree enters into force on 5 May 2021 about the creation of a free (state financed) data erasure application.

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Tax audit plan for 2021: e-commerce, construction sector, KATA taxation and more in focus

The Hungarian tax authority published its annual tax audit guidelines with the clear aim of supporting compliant taxpayers and take firm actions against intentional tax evasion by utilizing additional data sources in the process as well.

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Judgment of the Court of Justice on the Hungarian advertisement tax

In 2014 Hungary introduced the advertisement tax as a direct business tax that must be paid by media content and service providers and publishers of advertisements.

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KCG Partners - Legal500 Rankings, 2021

The Legal 500, EMEA 2021 edition has ranked again our Employment, Tax, Project and Energy, Real Estate and Construction, Dispute Resolution and Commercial, Corporate and M&A practice areas amongst the best in the Hungarian legal market.

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The first phase of the new import control system in force among the EU

The European Union has started to modernize its import control system, which is a high-priority task of the EU in order to ensure the security of the citizens and the single market.

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EUIPO and Eurojust join forces to tackle rising IP crimes

The EUIPO and the European Union Agency for Criminal Justice Cooperation (Eurojust) are strengthening their cooperation to more effectively tackle criminal abuse of intellectual property rights in the field of counterfeiting and online piracy.

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Public consultation on collective bargaining agreements for self-employed

Between 6 January and 8 February 2021, the European Commission started a public consultation in order to receive information from citizens, businesses, social partners, government bodies and other interested parties on the subject whether EU competition rules stand in the way of collective bargaining by certain solo self-employed people.

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