Vietnam announces VAT cuts


By Global Tax Weekly

In Vietnam, VAT rate cuts on various goods and services recently come into force, effective until the end of this year.

A 30 percent reduction is in place from November 1 in relation to the VAT chargeable on:

• all forms of transportation;
• accommodation services;
• food and beverage services;
• travel agency and tour operator services, and support services related to the promotion and organization of tours;
• publishing products and services;
• audiovisual entertainment;
• artwork;
• cultural activities; and
• sports and entertainment services (excluding digitally traded services, including software).


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