Austria reclassify VAT rate on non-alcoholic drinks

15 May 2020

The Austrian tax authorities have reclassified the VAT rate on non-alcoholic drinks from the standard rate of 20% to the reduced rate of 10%. This joins many other catering services which have already utilised the reduced VAT rate in the country.

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