The Italian Council of Ministers, at the proposal of the President Giuseppe Conte and the Minister of Economy and Finance, Giovanni Tria, in consultation with the Minister of Economic Development, Luigi Di Maio and the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Toninelli Danilo, approved on 27 June 2018 a decree-law that introduces some urgent provisions on the obligations for electronic invoicing in Italy for companies in the fuel sector.
Notably, the measure postpones until 1 January 2019 the entry into force of the requirement, established by the Finance Act 2018 (Act of 27 December 2017, no. 205) on eInvoicing for the sale of fuel in the road distribution systems, in order to comply with the provisions of the general regulation on electronic invoicing between individuals.
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