Greece to reduce VAT rate on public transport, coffee supplies and non-alcoholic drinks to 13%.

27 May 2020

The Greek tax authorities have confirmed that the VAT rate on public transport, coffee supplies and non-alcoholic drinks will be reduced from 24% to 13%. This will be for the period of 1 June to 31 October 2020.

To find out how this update could impact your organisation, click here to speak to one of our multi-lingual, international VAT experts.

LATEST NEWS

Lithuania considers a standard VAT rate increase

Lithuania is currently considering whether to increase its standard VAT rate by 1% from 21% to 22%. This is being proposed to help meet additional military...

SEE MORE
VAT news
LATEST NEWS

Brazil to introduce indirect taxes on digital service...

From 2026, Brazil will introduce two new indirect taxes that will replace its old tax system. These two new taxes will work in a similar way to VAT and are...

SEE MORE
VAT news
LATEST NEWS

Ireland increases the VAT rate applied on...

The Irish government has confirmed that from 1 January 2026, the VAT rate will increase from 9% to the standard rate of 21% for: Accommodation...

SEE MORE
VAT news

Gated Content

The following email providers are not accepted: gmail, hotmail, yahoo. Please use proper company email.