Ireland increases its Intrastat threshold for the purchase of goods from other EU countries

2 February 2016

From 1 January 2016 the Intrastat reporting threshold for the purchase of goods from businesses in other EU countries (arrivals) has been increased from €191,000 to €500,000 per annum.


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