Egypt introduced a Value Added Tax (VAT) regime on 8 September 2016, replacing a 10% Sales Tax. The VAT system follows the OECD-model, with tax due and reclaimable throughout the production chain until the final consumer.
VAT is termed Al Dareeba Ala el Qema Al Modafa locally and is administered by the Ministry of Finance.
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June 29, 2017
The Egyptian VAT rate rises from 13% to 14% on 1 July 2017. Egypt introduced VAT in 2016 at 13%. It replaced a 10%...
January 19, 2017
Egypt has announced that it will bring forward to 1 July 2017 a 1% VAT rise to 14%. The original plan had been to...
August 29, 2016
Egypt will introduce Value Added Tax from October 2016 at 13%. The new rate was voted on in Parliament today. The standard rate will rise...