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Transcript of Electronic Invoicing
26 al 28 de mayo de 2008, en la Secretaria Ejecutiva del CIAT, Ciudad de Panamá. Task Factura Electrónica
Reuniones del Grupo Second Workshop on the "Implementation of the Electronic Invoice in Tax Administrations"
Quito on June 24th-26th of 2009 Third Electronic Invoicing Workshop
March 16 to 18 of 2010 in Mexico City Seminar on Electronic Invoicing
July 19 to 21 of 2011 in Lima, Peru Seminar on Electronic Invoicing in Latin America
September 26, 27 and 28 of 2011, Asuncion, Paraguay Model for exchange of electronic invoicing in International Commerce. Begins CIAT May 14, November, 2012 - Rodrigue Dufaur EU Consultant. Thanks First workshop
Chile, december, 2008 Meeting on Electonic Invoice
Brazil, May 2010 El grupo de trabajo estuvo compuesto por países miembros con diferentes niveles de experiencias en la implementación y uso del sistema de la factura electrónica. Participaron de este evento Carlos Sussumu Oda y Jerson Aloisio Prochnow de Brasil, Aída Patricia Burbano Mora de Colombia, Marcela Lacoste Troncoso de Chile, Juan Carlos Lalangui Ortiz y Marco Iván Vaca Salvador de Ecuador, Eloy Ruiz Madueño de España, y Graciela Raimundez y Daniel Laffitte de Uruguay. El evento fue inaugurado por el Dr. Claudino Pita, Secretario Ejecutivo del CIAT y participaron por la Secretaría Ejecutiva, Marcio Verdi, Director de Operaciones, y el señor Socorro Velásquez, Especialista de la Gerencia de Asistencia Técnica. The first international seminar on “Major Issues for the Implementation of E-Invoicing in Latin America”, organized by the Internal Revenue Service (SII) and the Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations (CIAT) took place during three days.
45 representatives from the region’s 17 tax administrations, including Chile, attended the meeting. Representatives agreed on the importance of E-Invoicing to grant benefits to its users, provide business economies, as well as to render users tax behavior more transparent.
During the seminar, which took place at the Plaza San Francisco Hotel, with the attendance of representatives from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay, Chile and CIAT’s Executive Secretariat, presentations were made on the legal aspects of this tax document, the scopes of the application process, basic requirements, invoice issuance and reception processes, as well as the digital storage and maintenance of these documents. Unlike the first workshop, on this occasion, participants were provided more detailed information on the following issues: format definition, delivery of e-invoice in reception centers, data storage, and electronic invoice for oversight activities. Also discussed was the use of the forum through the CIAT website to inform participants of activities in this area.
On this occasion, there were 39 participants from 16 Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries. The Third Electronic Invoicing Workshop was held on March 16 to 18 in Mexico City, sponsored by the Tax Administration Service of Mexico. Officials from 8 CIAT member countries and a representative from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) ere present in this event. The issues discussed dealt with technologies used in the transmission of electronic invoices, options regarding standards of the invoices and electronic exchange of information. Participants evidenced excellent presentations on the use of current technologies for processing invoices and monitoring the transportation of acquired goods. Also, officials from the Brazilian states, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala and Mexico presented very interesting technological applications. The IDB representative showed participants an electronic system currently being used in Central America to speed up the delivery process. The working team designated within the electronic invoice group to design a standard and protocol that may technically permit the exchange of electronic invoices between the countries, met in Salvador, Brazil, on May 4 to 6. The meeting was sponsored by the State Secretariat of Finance of Bahía and ENCAT.
The meeting concluded with the design of a mechanism based on mutual trust between tax administrations, whereby an administration may consult invoices that may be of interest to it, regarding foreign trade as well as for other fiscal purposes. The exchange standard, based on XML will include a series of common and minimum standard information in terms of identification, control and amounts. National Superintendence of Tax Administration - SUNAT and the Inter-American Centre of Tax Administrations - (CIAT) have conducted at the headquarters of the Institute of Tax and Customs Administration in Chucuito, Callao, a seminar on Electronic invoicing, in which were presented various experiences of implementation of electronic invoicing systems in Latin America. The event counted with the participation of specialists in the field from Brazil, Chile, Mexico and the Executive Secretariat of the CIAT. Among the participants, in addition to the staff of the SUNAT, officials of the tax administrations of Bolivia, Honduras and Uruguay were attending. The CIAT in collaboration with the German Agency for Cooperation (GIZ) held a seminar on Electronic Invoicing in Latin America on September 26, 27 and 28 of 2011, in the city of Asuncion, Paraguay. A session of the seminar was oriented to the private sector in Paraguay, and another session was addressed to officials from various areas of the Subsecretariat of State Taxation (SET).
The seminar was oriented to share the experiences, best practices and lessons learned by countries in Latin America that have successfully implemented electronic invoicing models nationwide. Participating at the event were: Luis Javier Portal from the Federal Administration of Public Income – AFIP from Argentina; Carlos Susumo Oda from Receita Federal, Eudaldo Almeida de Jesus and Alvaro Bahía from ENCAT , all three from Brazil; Héctor Soto from the Internal Revenue Service - SII from Chile; Roberto Cartagenova, Ecuadorian Internal Revenue Service; Cesar Luis Perales Telles from the Tax Administration Service - SET from Mexico; and Raul Zambrano, CIAT Technical Assistance Manager. Within the framework of the collaboration program between CIAT and the Initiative International Tax Compact (ITC) for strengthening the Tax Administrations in Latin American and the Caribbean, a seminar on electronic invoicing was held from 3-5 April in Panama with the main purpose of presenting and discussing the prototype of an electronic invoicing system to be used in the international commerce among the CIAT member countries.
Officials from the tax administrations from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru and the Dominican Republic as well as representatives from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Central America, Panama, Dominican Republic Regional Technical Assistance Centre (CAPTAC-DR) attended the workshop.