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Another VAT rate increase - this time in the Netherlands. The standard rate increased from 19 to 21% on 1 October 2012. more26 Jul 2012
The Spanish government has increased its standard and reduced VAT rates as of 1 September 2012 to 21% and 10% respectively. more19 Jul 2012
The standard VAT rate in Latvia has been reduced to 21% with effect from 1 July 2012. more31 May 2012
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A reminder to all non-EU resident businesses wishing to claim VAT refunds for calendar year 2011 - the closing date for these claims is 30 June 2012 EXCEPT for claims to the United Kingdom. more30 May 2012
With the two major changes to the Place of Supply of services rules for VAT in the European Union, which occurred on 1 Jan 2010 and 1 Jan 2011, many B2B (Business to Business) cross-border services are now no longer subject to VAT. more7 Mar 2012
The standard VAT rate in Croatia has risen by 2% as at 1 March 2012 from 23% to 25%. more
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