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Progressive Kazakhstan - how about your country?

Kazakhstan is moving to e-invoicing with the help of the needed deadline for paper:

http://bx.businessweek.com/e-invoicing/view?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.sharedserviceslink.com%2Ffile%2F93958%2Fe-invoicing-in-kazakhstan-from-2012.html

The progressive club with public sector deadlines now include 11 countries (in some sort of chronological order of announcing - some include municipalities):

Denmark, Singapore, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Finland (b2b now over 40% - and rising fast), Brazil, Greece, Norway, USA, Hungary and Kazakhstan.

Argentina, Portugal and Nepal have either total or partly implemented - as far as we know - and work is going on in Canada, Russia and Luxembourg - and many more.

To get this fundament - fur cutting administrative cost in half - in place faster - we of course need also the entire municipal sector and all sorts of big invoice receivers to announce the end of the era of dull and badly paid routine work - including error-prone scanning.

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