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OECD: Kleine bedrijven blijven geconfronteerd met financiële beperkingen, ondanks het economisch herstel


Financing SMEs and Entrepreneurs 2014: An OECD Scoreboard says that SMEs continued to face the dual challenge of an uneven recovery and bank deleveraging through 2012. Subdued growth and demand overall translated into declining profits for SMEs and reduced availability of internal funding in most countries. At the same time, the financial sector continued the deleveraging process started in the aftermath of the global financial crisis. In countries hit by the sovereign debt crisis, deficiencies in capital adequacy squeezed credit availability f... Lees Meer »

TMF Group: Inwerkingtreding wereldwijde belangrijke BTW-wijzigingen


Azores (Portugal), 1 January The standard VAT rate was raised from 16% to 18%. Corsica (France), 1 January The standard VAT rate was raised from 8% to 10%. Croatia, 1 January The reduced VAT rate rose from 10% to 13%. Cyprus, 13 January The standard VAT rate to rise from 18% to 19%; this is part of a two stage increase from 17% following the severe financial crisis in Cyprus. The reduced VAT rate is also rising from 8% to 9%. France, 1 January The standard VAT rate increased from 19.6% to 20%. The reduced VAT rate of 7% rose to... Lees Meer »

EU dichter bij opnieuw opleggen visaverplichting voor burgers uit de westelijke Balkan


“The [European] commission is free to decide whether or not the visa will become suspended, the key point is that this is not something that is compulsory for the commission,” Spanish conservative MEP Agustin Diaz de Mera, the parliament's point man in the talks, said on Monday (8 July). Short-stay visa requirements for the EU were recently lifted for five Balkan states, but an upsurge of reportedly unfounded asylum demands from the region prompted member states last year to pressure the European Commission to tackle the problem. Macedonia, ... Lees Meer »

Toetreding tot EU: de weg ernaartoe en de voordelen


The road to EU membership Before joining the EU, Croatia had to align many of its rules and administrative procedures to those of the EU. For example, it has completely reformed its justice system and changed its constitution to guarantee public prosecutors’ independence. The government also set up a body to fight corruption. Other reforms included setting limits for greenhouse gas emissions and adapting standards on food safety. What’s in it for Croatians? Croatians now enjoy all the benefits of EU citizenship. If they get ill in ano... Lees Meer »

EU aarzelend akkoord met start toetredingsonderhandelingen met Servië


It says the ministers recommend the first intergovernmental conference (IGC), launching the process, is to take place "at the very latest" in January 2014. Earlier drafts of the text had spoken of an IGC no later than December this year, but the date was pushed back at the request of Germany, which requires a mandate from the Bundestag and which is traditionally cautious on enlargement. Tuesday's decision also says: "The European Council [EU leaders] will … be invited to decide if it wishes to confirm the EU negotiating framework to be adopt... Lees Meer »

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