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February 11, 2020
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Register now! Americas Indirect Tax Symposium (20-21 February, 2020 | Hollywood, Florida)

Register now for EY's 2020 Americas Indirect Tax Symposium, which will take place in Hollywood, Florida from 20–21 February 2020.

The Symposium will focus on global indirect taxes the first day and then delve more deeply into topics specific to the Americas on day two.

Our panelists and keynote speakers will focus on how businesses can adapt and thrive in the complex indirect tax regulatory environment in the Americas.

Date: Thursday-Friday, 20-21 February 2020

Location: Hollywood, Florida, USA

Registration and details: Register for this event.

A detailed agenda is also attached below.

For further information please email ey.americasindirecttaxsymposium@ey.com.

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