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Latvian agriculture ministry mulls lower VAT on food products

Success with VAT measures already recorded

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The Latvian Ministry of Agriculture is considering decreasing the value-added tax (VAT) on meat, fish, milk and bread as the government is reporting improved budget revenues from this year’s decision to reduce the tax on local fruit and vegetables.


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