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Croatian government expects food prices to drop following VAT cut

Price drop would reflect planned reduction in VAT from 25% to 13% on certain food produce.

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Croatia’s government has submitted to the country’s parliament a draft budget for 2019 which includes a reduced value-added tax (VAT) on fresh meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, and eggs to the country's parliament. Senior government officials say they expect the tax cut will be reflected by lower retail prices of these products.


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