The EBN has decided to try out a new format for its monthly breakfast and invited its members to a tour at the headquarters of Europe's biggest transportation company, Girteka Logistics.
“Do robots have brothers or sisters? – No, only transistors.” A joke uttered by an actual robot, the friendly little guy Nao from Robotikos Akademija, underlined the point that robots today are endowed with many human-like faculties, including a sense of humour.
Lithuania is not immune from the winds of change and the draughts of populism that are blowing across Europe, says Robertas Dargis, a prominent entrepreneur and the president of the Lithuanian Confederation of Industrialists (LPK). With his insightful overview of the country's economic outlook, Mr. Dargis concluded the European Business Network's season of monthly breakfast events.
Newsletter was prepared by the Federal-Regional Liaison Unit for Foreign Investment
Court of Justice of the European Union (hereinafter – CJEU) has enacted a preliminary ruling on 11th of December, 2014 after analyzing the right of taxable persons to deduct the VAT when effecting intra-community acquisition of goods.
On 9th October, 2014 European Court of Justice has made a preliminary ruling regarding exemption from value added tax (VAT) for intra-Community goods supply and made it clear that EU Member States which lay down the conditions for the application of the VAT exemption in respect of intra-Community supplies must ensure correct and straightforward application of VAT exemption, without unnecessary and disproportional obstacles for persons to use VAT exemption provision established in VAT directive.
iCham Central Europe is a new initiative which was established in order to support Irish export businesses across Central & Eastern European Region.
A recent survey carried out by The Open University
Newsletter by the Federal-Regional Liaison Unit for Foreign Investment.
Report on the presentation of Rūta Skyrienė, Investors' Forum