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Romania moves forward with its plans to mandate e-Invoicing

Tuesday 18th July, 2023

Romania has moved a step forward in its plan to mandate e-Invoicing with a proposal from the European Commission to grant derogation from the EU VAT Directive.

The Romanian Senate modified the application in September 2022, after the first application was submitted in January 2022. This has pushed back the date of the derogation to 1st January 2024, and it would apply until 31st December 2026.

The current RO eInvoicing system, which came into effect in November 2021, targets business-to-government (B2G) e-Invoicing and is expected to become the basis for the new mandatory e-Invoicing system. It is already designed to support B2B transactions and will remain available for use on an optional basis for non-established economic operators.

The proposed system already uses an invoice format compatible with the European Norm e-Invoicing standard (EN16931), which is in line with the ViDA proposal. According to an Opentext blog piece.

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