We are glad to invite you to our first 2022 EBC Briefing on “Tax Transparency in the Digital Economy”. It will take place in a hybrid mode on Wednesday 27 April at 2:00pm. Our speaker, Mr. Artur Olszewski, is Tax Policy Adviser at the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration and was one of the drafters of the Model Reporting Rules for Digital Platforms and the Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework. You can already register at [email protected] and tell us if you will attend online or in person (limited to 20 people).
This report focuses primarily on the balance of trade between Japan, the EU and its constituent Member States in 2021. The report begins by analysing Japanese trade with the EU as a whole (both for goods and services) and then provides a country-by-country analysis for each individual EU Member States. It also provides a breakdown of goods traded between Japan and EU by category (i.e. chemicals, manufactured goods, food and livestock, etc.). Finally, it includes some information about bilateral agreements that have been signed in 2021 between the EU or each Member State and Japan.
What’s in the Media
IMF slashes 2022 global growth outlook to 3.6% on Russia’s war (Kyodo News+)
Survey: 36% of major firms to hire more graduates next year (The Japan News)
Japan to continue subsidy program for oil wholesalers in May (The Mainichi)
Japan’s stealth reopening: Parents of foreign residents get OK to visit (News on Japan)