Egypt to introduce VAT from September 2016

27 July 2016

The Egyptian finance minister has announced that VAT will be introduced in Egypt from September 2016.

The VAT rate will be set at 14% and it is hoped that by switching to VAT from the current sales tax regime it will raise additional revenue to help deal with the countries growing deficit.

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