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Legislation in Poland promises to end row over fast food tax rate

The legislation foresees a 8% tax rate for all fast food meals with the exception of seafood meals which will be subject to a 23% rate.

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Poland’s Ministry of Finance has developed a new draft bill to overhaul the country’s value-added tax (VAT) rate system for food products.
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