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Italy-No VAT rate increases in 2018

In a recent announcement, the Italian authorities have confirmed that due to budgetary targets being met, the planned VAT rate increases in 2018 will not be implemented. This means that the standard rate will now remain at 22%, rather than increase to 25%.

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