Czech Republic proposes VAT reverse charge mechanism on domestic supplies

31 May 2016

As of 1 July 2017 the Czech Republic is proposing to introduce a new reverse charge mechanism on the domestic supplies of goods from non-resident businesses to Czech resident companies.

The new reverse charge rule is set to replace the current requirement for businesses outside of the Czech Republic to get VAT registered when making Czech domestic supplies.


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