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New VAT rules lead global tax reform

The target for tax authorities is the $2-trillion in annual e-commerce transactions that is set to rise to $4.5-trillion in three years’ time

Global tax for multinationals gains traction

Tax avoidance hits developing countries hard because companies’ declared profits are more sensitive to tax rates than in developed countries.

Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma announces plans to retire at 54

Alibaba's co-founder and chairman Jack Ma plans to retire from the Chinese e-commerce giant on Monday to devote his time to philanthropy

Chinese company joins race to steer self-driving cars

​China’s e-commerce giant, Alibaba, is steering resources towards driverless car technology

​Radical Economic Automation?

Radical change is coming, says Rob Davies, and it will take the form of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

China blurs lines between banking and e-commerce

Online retail giant Alibaba is launching MYbank, an online lender, and Chinese banks are pushing back with online malls.

E-commerce is broken, but fixable

E-tailing in SA has yet to make a dent in retail owing to a poor online presence, but tools are becoming available to fix it, writes Arthur Goldstuck.

E-commerce tax will hit disadvantaged students hardest, say experts

E-commerce tax, to be introduced on April 1, will mean education institutions will struggle to purchase academic journals.

3D Secure now mandatory on e-commerce sites

The deadline for implementating 3D Secure was at the end of February, meaning that all e-commerce sites now have to offer their customers the service.

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