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Foreign entities now required to appoint a tax representative in the country.
Mandatory VAT registration of foreign entities, and other changes.
Reform is now focused on undeclared work and employment.
The Labour Law has been overhauled and a new Law on the Employment of Foreigners is now in force.
This article, which was authored by Jelena Danilovic, was originally published in the European Employment Law Update published by Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP.
Employees can now divide their total annual leave into more than two parts, and other changes.
Attempt to bring more clarity to collective bargaining.
They’re tough, but nobody expected the competition watchdog to impose a total of €40m in fines.
Investigation launched into edible oil products, among other things.
The highly anticipated amendments to the Companies Act (ZGD-1), which entered into force on 8 August 2015, aim to improve the Slovenian business environment...
Tax, fines on companies and more.
Optimism about commercial arbitration, but non-commercial resolutions are still light years away.
Focus on leading market players – brush up on your compliance procedures.
Incentives in the form of cash rebates have encouraged some of the world’s top producers to film on the Croatian coast.
Over the last 10 years, considerable legislative efforts have been made towards creating a favourable framework for financing agribusiness and agricultural production in Serbia.
If a company is ready to expose an infringement to the EC it should be prepared to file leniency applications with all relevant authorities.
Serbia implemented a support scheme for renewable energy in its legal system for the first time in 2009.
Corporate and personal income tax, social security contributions and property tax are among the sectors to be affected.
In Macedonia, the Law on Personal Data Protection governs personal data protection issues. The amended version came into force as of 11 March 2014.
In Montenegro there is no specific regulation governing online privacy (including cookies). Accordingly, the general data protection rules are relevant to online privacy too.