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Old 01-17-2013, 12:56 PM   #29
murraypaul
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As Paul explained, they are acting entirely legally by choosing to operate in the EU country with the lowest VAT rate. If you feel that's wrong, then the wrongness lies with EU tax law, not with those who obey it.
Well actually the problem isn't the tax law, it is that Luxembourg are not abiding by the tax law. They are not allowed to operate the 3% tax rate on eBooks.
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