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Croatia – Reduction of VAT rate for certain products and sectors

The government has announced a reduction to the VAT rate applicable to certain products and sectors:

  • Firewood and wood pellets: the rate goes from 25% to 13%.
  • Gas: the rate drops from 25% to 5% from April1, 2022 to March 31, 2023 and returns to 13% from April1, 2023
  • Fish, meat, eggs, fruits and vegetables, fats, edible oils, baby food, fertilizers and pesticides: the rate goes from 13% to 5%.
  • Tickets for sports and cultural events: the rate is reduced from 25% and 13% to 5%.


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