Germany’s VAT cut may hit retailers across the border

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Germany decided on June 3 to reduce the value-added tax (VAT) rate on non-food products to 16 percent from 19 percent, starting from July 1 and through the balance of this year, to give a boost to consumption and the economy. It has also cut the VAT rate for restaurants ...

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