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Polish tax authorities u-turn on fast food tax rate

Finance ministry is now seeking due taxes from local fast food operators

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The Polish Ministry of Finance has modified its policy on the value-added tax (VAT) rate applied to fast foods, and the country’s tax authorities are now seeking an estimated PLN 130 million (€30.5 million) in due taxes from local fast food franchisees.


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