Dual invoicing may be necessary for now in Denmark:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Suppliers of medical devices to public authorities in Denmark are being advised to send both electronic and conventional paper invoices to their public authority customers for the time being, as there are concerns that some authorities may not yet be in a position to handle electronic invoices. This is despite the fact that the deadline for suppliers to invoice public authorities in an electronic format was February 1 2005. One of the aspects of the new system that has not been fully implemented and could jeopardise transactions is the customer's EAN location number.
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