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Through resolutions No 3,579 and No 3,582, Argentina's Revenue and Customs Authority has expanded customs duties on goods entering Argentina through postal services. E-commerce companies will be badly affected by the move. Read Full Story
The Isle of Man's Department for Economic Development has proposed the appointment of a Head of e-Gaming and two new Business Development managers specializing in financial services, to drive the growth of the local economy. Read Full Story
The Jersey government has welcomed the formation of Digital Jersey Limited, a new independent organization set up to represent and promote the island as a centre for digital businesses in areas such as e-commerce, information and communications technology services and data hosting. Read Full Story
The Spanish tax authority has required that online operators with customers in Spain pay back-taxes under two historic laws that previously were not applied to offshore online gaming. Read Full Story
The Jersey government has decided not appeal the decision of the High Court in London, which ruled that the United Kingdom government's decision to revoke Low-Value Consignment Relief (LVCR), a value-added tax concession, for the Channel Islands was consistent with European Union law. Read Full Story
A new agency, Digital Jersey, is to be established as a part of a public-private partnership aimed at promoting Jersey's digital industries - including e-gaming, e-commerce and Information and Communications Technology, on the back of Jersey's newly updated Intellectual Property legislation. Read Full Story
Offshore gambling firms have been dealt a blow in the United Kingdom's latest Budget which amends the tax rules applicable to the supply of gambling services to the UK market. Wagers will now be taxed on a point-of-consumption basis, bringing offshore operators under the UK tax net. Read Full Story
Ireland's online bookmakers will soon be liable to a transactions tax, bringing the country's internet gambling regime in line with that imposed on high-street shops. Read Full Story
Jersey's Treasury Minister, Phillip Ozouf, has proposed plans to provide funding worth GBP19m (USD30m) to Jersey Telecom to upgrade the island's Internet infrastructure with fibre optic technology to facilitate 1 gigabyte broadband speeds for island businesses. Read Full Story
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission has reported better than expected growth in the island's Internet-related economy, in terms of the e-gambling applications received and licenses granted over the course of 2011. Read Full Story
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