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comScore Networks today announced that its annual e-commerce sales trends varied by a fraction of one percent from those published by the U.S. Department of Commerce. The comScore e-commerce data were available to comScore clients and widely published in January, while the U.S. Department of Commerce released its estimates earlier this week on Monday, February 24. The U.S. Department of Commerce reported growth of 26.8 percent for the full year 2002 versus 2001. Adjusting for differences in product categories measured*, comScore data showed growth of 26.7 percent over the same period. "We analyze diverse data from ...
All tax authorities to e-commerce transactions should investigate the record retention requirements of each other’s respective jurisdictions. In September 1998 Revenue Minister Dhalinal of Canada; “…Interpretation Circular 78-10RS and 779R (Book and Record Retention/Destruction) will be revised to explain the Department’s views with respect to the electronic environment. Revenue Canada will work with authorities in other OECD Countries relating to information exchange as they currently do under the WTO and NAFTA relating to customs and excise matters such as Rules of Origin of Goods. ... Read More
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