Indonesia to introduce 10% VAT on Digital Services Indonesia is imposing a 10% VAT rate on digital goods and services from July 1 2020. The VAT will be collected by non-resident entities who are selling digital goods or services to buyers located in Indonesia and
Chile introduces 19% VAT on Digital Services From the 1st June 2020, Chile will impose 19% VAT on digital services sold by non-resident businesses to Chilean nationals. The rollout means that foreign digital service providers will have to register for VAT purposes in Chile and
HMRC has scrapped VAT completely off e-books and e-publications from 20% down to 0%. In an effort to make reading more accessible for the UK public while in self-isolation due to the Coronavirus, HMRC fast-tracked the motion and implemented it seven months ahead of schedule.
Mexico has joined the growing number of companies to implement VAT on eCommerce and digital services that are provided to Mexican residents by non-resident businesses.
In a bid to increase revenue to Ukraine’s state budget, the Ukranian tax authorities are proposing a 20% VAT on electronic services provided by foreign digital services companies to Ukrainian customers.
The French Senate and the National Assembly have approved legislation which now means companies are liable for a 3% digital services tax when their digital revenue exceeds €750 million ($850m; £670m) worldwide and more than €25 million being generated through French revenue.
Since 2015, businesses who have made B2C supplies of broadcasting, telecommunications and e-services (“BTE”) to EU based consumers have been required to charge VAT according to the member state where the supply is made.