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EU Council passes directive on lower e-book VAT

Tuesday 2 October 2018 | 15:16 CET | News
The European Council has adopted legislation enabling member states to apply reduced or zero VAT rates on e-books and similar electronic publications. The Council's decision follows the approval given to the proposed directive by the EU parliament in June 2017, bringing alignment between electronic and physical publications.

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Countries: Europe
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