From January 2016 there will be new VAT amendments in Romania

26 October 2015

New VAT amendments have now been approved to come into force from 1 January 2016. These amendments include:

  • The standard VAT rate being reduced from 24% to 20%, with a further reduction to 19% from 1 January 2017.
  • The new reduced VAT rate of 5% will be applied to the sale of entry to sports events, museums, castles, historical monuments, fairs, cinemas and cultural events.
  • The 5% VAT rate will also be applied to the sale of books, papers and magazines - with the exception of those published mainly for publicity purposes.
  • The application of a domestic reverse charge mechanism on the supply of buildings and land which are subject to VAT and to the sales of investment gold, mobile phones, integrated circuits (e.g. microprocessors), games consoles, tablets and laptops.
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