Czech e-book and catering VAT cut
- EU VAT
- Jun 17, 2019 | Richard Asquith
Proposals to reduce the VAT rate on several goods and services have been approved by the Chamber of Deputies.
The changes to 10% include:
- e-books and digital publications will be harmonised with their printed equivalent reduced rate of 10%
- catering services will be subject
- domestic cleaning services
- domestic water supplies
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