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Episode 10: The rising case for tax technology in the gcc

With the introduction of VAT to the GCC in 2018, companies need to start a VAT compliance journey from hiring a tax advisor and mapping the impact of VAT on their businesses through to setting their IT systems to support the incoming VAT compliance process.

Listen now to Stewart Nivison, Head of Indirect Tax for EMEA at Thomson Reuters, discuss how businesses should approach VAT and where technology can help in streamlining their transition to VAT.

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