Malta to harmonise VAT rate on digital books and online journals at 5%

7 December 2018

From 1 January 2019, Malta is to harmonise its VAT rate on digital books and online journals with their reduced-rated paper equivalents at 5%.

This follows the EU Councils proposal to allow EU member states to cut rates on electronic publications to match their printed equivalents, please click here for the full article.


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