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Zero-Rated Goods

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In countries that use value-added tax (VAT), zero-rated goods are products that are exempt from that value taxation. Examples of items that may be zero-rated include certain foods and beverages, exported goods, donated goods sold by charity shops, equipment for the disabled, prescription medications, water, and sewage services, books and other printed publications, and children’s clothing.


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