High Court vetoes card fee VAT block

July 2004
Cabinet Maker;7/9/2004, Issue 5396, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that Customs & Excise is to appeal against a High Court decision which could allow retailers to keep an amount in VAT payments. Background of the case; Arguments of the retailers regarding VAT payment; Ruling of the European Court of Justice to the case; Plans of the Customs to introduce legislation to outlaw the scheme.


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