Hungary reduces VAT on restaurants and basic foodstuffs

29 April 2016

As of 1 January 2017 Hungary is proposing to reduce VAT charged on restaurant and café services from the standard rate of 27% to the reduced rate of 18%.  The VAT rate on basic foodstuffs, including milk, poultry and eggs will also be reduced from 27% to 5%.

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