by Jeremy Woolfe Brussels — Fraud on value-added tax in Europe is robbing the citizens of the European Union of a massive $100 billion to $120 billion a year — perhaps 10 percent of the entire potential levy.
According to the European Federation of Accountants (FEE), irregularities on VAT have become an increasingly costly problem.
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