EU parliament approves lower e-book VAT

Monday 5 June 2017 | 09:47 CET | News
The EU parliament has approved legislation allowing e-books to be charged a lower rate of VAT. Several European countries already have a reduced rate of VAT for books, and the EU proposal would allow this also to be extended to e-books.

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