Poland challenges EU decision on VAT on e-books

20 November 2015

Poland has challenged the EU VAT ruling which states that the VAT rate charged on e-books should be the standard rate as they are considered to be electronic services. The Polish Courts have asked for this ruling to be reviewed on the basis that it breaches fiscal neutrality as the purchase of printed books versus an e-book equivalent should not be affected by differing VAT treatments imposed.

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