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Old 01-17-2013, 01:08 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by murraypaul View Post
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.
Until someone (EU Commission? European Court?) tells them they can't, they can. Eventually they might get told that they can't, and that if they carry on, they'll face fines.

By that time, I expect that the VAT rules on electronic goods (or at least, on electronic books) will have changed again.

But this is, again, a governmental problem, not a company problem.
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