Intrastat returns

Champ, Hamish; Dunham, Robin; Irvine, Julia; Maddalena, Christina; Meek, Vicky
January 1997
Accountancy;Jan1997, Vol. 119 Issue 1241, p88
Trade Publication
The article reports that the threshold for providing Intrastat returns for compiling European Commission statistics will increase in Great Britain. From January 1, 1997, it will increase from £160,000 to £195,000.


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