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Latvia expects to lower VAT on basic food products next year

Measure aimed at stimulating local consumption

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Latvian Agriculture Minister Kaspars Gerhards has announced the country’s value-added tax (VAT) on a number of basic food products, including fresh meat, fish, milk, and eggs is expected to be lowered next year to 5%.

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