Quick Charts Value-added tax (VAT) rates Standard VAT rates for WWTS territories

Updated on May 24, 2022

The statutory VAT rates are shown in the following table. When a territory imposes a VAT-like consumption tax, the VAT rate is shown. For more information, consult the summaries of the various territories (e.g. exempt items, zero-rated items, items subject to a reduced rate, alternative schemes).

Territory Standard VAT rate (%)
Albania (Last reviewed 11 January 2022) 20
Algeria (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) 19
Angola (Last reviewed 14 December 2021) 14
Argentina (Last reviewed 17 February 2022) 21
Armenia (Last reviewed 03 January 2022) 20
Australia (Last reviewed 15 December 2021) Goods and services tax: 10
Austria (Last reviewed 11 January 2022) 20
Azerbaijan (Last reviewed 24 January 2022) 18
Bahrain (Last reviewed 18 January 2022) 10
Barbados (Last reviewed 01 February 2022) 17.5
Belarus (Last reviewed 21 February 2022) 20
Belgium (Last reviewed 01 February 2022) 21
Bermuda (Last reviewed 10 January 2022) NA
Bolivia (Last reviewed 13 January 2022) 13
Bosnia and Herzegovina (Last reviewed 03 February 2022) 17
Botswana (Last reviewed 25 March 2022) 14
Brazil (Last reviewed 10 March 2022) Federal VAT (IPI): normally around 10% to 15%;
State sales and service tax (ICMS): normally around 18% to 20% (lower rates apply to inter-state transactions).
Bulgaria (Last reviewed 03 February 2022) 20
Cabo Verde (Last reviewed 18 February 2022) 15
Cambodia (Last reviewed 20 January 2022) 10
Cameroon, Republic of (Last reviewed 11 April 2022) 19.25
Canada (Last reviewed 01 December 2021) Combined federal and provincial/territorial sales taxes range from 5% to 15%.
Cayman Islands (Last reviewed 08 December 2021) NA
Chad (Last reviewed 11 April 2022) Normal rate is 18
Medium rate is 8% for some products.
Lowest rate is 0% for exportation, aircraft supply with Jet A1.
Chile (Last reviewed 11 December 2021) 19
China, People’s Republic of (Last reviewed 30 December 2021) 13, 9, or 6 depending on the types of goods and services
Colombia (Last reviewed 11 January 2022) 19
Congo, Democratic Republic of the (Last reviewed 08 February 2022) 16
Congo, Republic of (Last reviewed 26 January 2022) 18.90 (18% VAT + 5% surtax)
Costa Rica (Last reviewed 03 February 2022) 13
Croatia (Last reviewed 10 January 2022) 25
Cyprus (Last reviewed 23 December 2021) 19
Czech Republic (Last reviewed 11 January 2022) 21
Denmark (Last reviewed 18 February 2022) 25
Dominican Republic (Last reviewed 25 January 2022) 18
Ecuador (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) 12
Egypt (Last reviewed 13 December 2021) 14
El Salvador (Last reviewed 06 January 2022) 13
Equatorial Guinea (Last reviewed 01 March 2022) 15
Estonia (Last reviewed 16 December 2021) 20
Eswatini (Last reviewed 11 January 2022) 15
Fiji (Last reviewed 07 January 2022) 9% or 15%; depending on the goods or services being supplies. Some items are also zero-rated for VAT purposes.
Finland (Last reviewed 31 December 2021) 24
France (Last reviewed 27 January 2022) Turnover tax: 20
Gabon (Last reviewed 15 March 2022) 18
Georgia (Last reviewed 04 January 2022) 18
Germany (Last reviewed 10 January 2022) 19 ( A temporary deduction of the VAT rate on meals [except for beverages] provided in restaurants and through other catering services from 19% to 7% remains in force until 31 December 2022 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.)
Ghana (Last reviewed 26 January 2022) Standard rate scheme: 12.5.
Flat rate scheme: 3
Additional levies are charged on taxable supplies. Under the standard rate scheme these are NHIL: 2.5, GETFL: 2.5 and CHRL:1.
Under the flat rate scheme this is the CHRL: 1
Gibraltar (Last reviewed 10 December 2021) NA
Greece (Last reviewed 10 February 2022) 24
Greenland (Last reviewed 14 December 2021) NA
Guatemala (Last reviewed 08 December 2021) 12
Guernsey, Channel Islands (Last reviewed 13 December 2021) NA
Guyana (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) 14
Honduras (Last reviewed 29 January 2022) Sales tax: 15
Hong Kong SAR (Last reviewed 30 December 2021) NA
Hungary (Last reviewed 07 January 2022) 27
Iceland (Last reviewed 25 February 2022) 24
India (Last reviewed 23 December 2021) The rate of GST varies from 5% to 28% depending upon the category of goods and services, the general rate of tax being 18%. Additionally, for certain goods a Compensation Cess is also levied at various rates prescribed by the Government.
Indonesia (Last reviewed 30 December 2021) 10
Iraq (Last reviewed 08 December 2021) Sales tax: Varies by good/service (see Iraq’s corporate tax summary).
Ireland (Last reviewed 08 February 2022) 23
Isle of Man (Last reviewed 15 December 2021) 20
Israel (Last reviewed 18 February 2022) 17
Italy (Last reviewed 14 March 2022) 22
Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire) (Last reviewed 21 March 2022) 18
Jamaica (Last reviewed 18 February 2022) General consumption tax (GCT): 15
Japan (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) Consumption tax: 10
Jersey, Channel Islands (Last reviewed 17 January 2022) Goods and Services Tax (GST): 5
Jordan (Last reviewed 30 January 2022) Sales tax: 16
Kazakhstan (Last reviewed 09 December 2021) 12
Kenya (Last reviewed 21 January 2022) 16
Korea, Republic of (Last reviewed 15 February 2022) 10
Kosovo (Last reviewed 26 January 2022) 18
Kuwait (Last reviewed 13 January 2022) NA
Kyrgyzstan (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) 12
Lao PDR (Last reviewed 26 January 2022) 10
Latvia (Last reviewed 12 January 2022) 21
Lebanon (Last reviewed 17 December 2021) 11
Libya (Last reviewed 13 January 2022) NA
Liechtenstein (Last reviewed 22 December 2021) 7.7
Lithuania (Last reviewed 03 March 2022) 21
Luxembourg (Last reviewed 13 January 2022) 17
Macau SAR (Last reviewed 23 December 2021) NA
Madagascar (Last reviewed 28 January 2022) 20
Malawi (Last reviewed 14 March 2022) 16.5
Malaysia (Last reviewed 14 December 2021) Sales tax: 10;
Service tax: 6
Maldives, Republic of (Last reviewed 18 February 2022) Goods and services tax (GST): 6
Malta (Last reviewed 18 January 2022) 18
Mauritania (Last reviewed 07 April 2022) 16
Mauritius (Last reviewed 14 January 2022) 15
Mexico (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) 16
Moldova (Last reviewed 31 January 2022) 20
Mongolia (Last reviewed 03 January 2022) 10
Montenegro (Last reviewed 21 February 2022) 21
Morocco (Last reviewed 02 September 2021) 20
Mozambique (Last reviewed 20 April 2022) 17
Myanmar (Last reviewed 17 January 2022) There is no VAT in Myanmar. The indirect tax in Myanmar is commercial tax, with the general rate of 5%.
Namibia, Republic of (Last reviewed 08 December 2021) 15
Netherlands (Last reviewed 28 December 2021) 21
New Zealand (Last reviewed 14 January 2022) Goods and services tax (GST): 15
Nicaragua (Last reviewed 15 December 2021) 15
Nigeria (Last reviewed 21 February 2022) 7.5
North Macedonia (Last reviewed 13 January 2022) 18
Norway (Last reviewed 23 December 2021) 25
Oman (Last reviewed 04 January 2022) 5 (subject to specific exemptions and zero ratings prescribed under the Oman VAT Law)
Pakistan (Last reviewed 20 December 2021) For goods:17
For services: Ranges from 13% to 16% depending on the province.
Palestinian territories (Last reviewed 20 December 2021) 16
Panama (Last reviewed 14 December 2021) Movable goods and services transfer tax: 7
Papua New Guinea (Last reviewed 28 January 2022) Goods and services tax: 10
Paraguay (Last reviewed 26 January 2022) 10 (5% for sale and rent of immovables, some medicines, and agricultural, horticultural, and fruit products)
Peru (Last reviewed 11 January 2022) 18
Philippines (Last reviewed 31 December 2021) 12
Poland (Last reviewed 18 February 2022) 23
Portugal (Last reviewed 08 April 2022) 23
Puerto Rico (Last reviewed 21 February 2022) Sales and use tax: 11.5% for tangible personal property and certain services; 4% for business-to-business services and designated services.
Qatar (Last reviewed 17 April 2022) NA
Romania (Last reviewed 02 February 2022) 19
Rwanda (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) 18
Saint Lucia (Last reviewed 01 February 2022) 12.5
Saudi Arabia (Last reviewed 02 January 2022) 15 (5% prior to 1 July 2020)
Senegal (Last reviewed 19 January 2022) 18
Serbia (Last reviewed 21 April 2022) 20
Singapore (Last reviewed 27 March 2022) Goods and services tax: 7
Slovak Republic (Last reviewed 10 February 2022) 20
Slovenia (Last reviewed 01 February 2022) 22
South Africa (Last reviewed 16 March 2022) 15
Spain (Last reviewed 27 January 2022) 21
Sri Lanka (Last reviewed 31 December 2021) 8
Sweden (Last reviewed 17 January 2022) 25
Switzerland (Last reviewed 23 February 2022) 7.7
Taiwan (Last reviewed 11 March 2022) 5% to general industries
Tajikistan (Last reviewed 14 February 2022) 15
Tanzania (Last reviewed 03 February 2022) Tanzania Mainland: 18;
Tanzania Zanzibar: 15
Thailand (Last reviewed 03 January 2022) 7
Timor-Leste (Last reviewed 21 February 2022) Sales tax on imported goods: 2.5;
Sales tax on other goods: 0
Trinidad and Tobago (Last reviewed 11 April 2022) 12.5
Tunisia (Last reviewed 21 February 2022) 19
Turkey (Last reviewed 21 February 2022) 18
Turkmenistan (Last reviewed 03 January 2022) 15
Uganda (Last reviewed 21 January 2022) 18
Ukraine (Last reviewed 27 December 2021) 20
United Arab Emirates (Last reviewed 04 March 2022) 5
United Kingdom (Last reviewed 30 December 2021) 20
United States (Last reviewed 01 February 2022) NA
Uruguay (Last reviewed 30 December 2021) 22 (reduced 10% VAT rate applicable to certain goods and services).
Uzbekistan, Republic of (Last reviewed 26 January 2022) 15
Venezuela (Last reviewed 19 January 2022) 16
Vietnam (Last reviewed 08 February 2022) 10
Zambia (Last reviewed 24 March 2022) 16
Zimbabwe (Last reviewed 02 March 2022) 14.5

Non-Applicable (NA) is the abbreviation for (i.e. the territory does not have the indicated tax or requirement)

NP is the abbreviation meaning “Not Available” (i.e. the information is not currently provided in this chart)

The ‘Last reviewed’ date on the respective territory Overview page serves as the basis for all the information in this chart. Unless otherwise stated, the information provided in this graph is provided solely for informational purposes and is not intended to be taken as professional advice. Do not rely only on this chart’s information without consulting with an expert. To the extent permitted by law, PwC does not accept or assume any liability, responsibility or duty to care for the consequences of you or anyone else acting, or refraining from acting, in reliance on the information in this chart or for any decision based on it.