Sales Tax & VAT Rates Mapped Around The World

Updated on June 26, 2022

Sales Tax & VAT Rates Mapped Around The World

On the globe, you can see sales tax or VAT rates for countries around the world, including several subcategories such as US states and Canadian provinces. Hungary has the highest VAT rate at 27 percent, followed by Croatia, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, which each have a VAT rate of 25 percent.

From Bermuda to Hong Kong to Iraq to the United Arab Emirates, there is no single country with the lowest VAT percentage in the world. If you’re interested, you can find a complete list of prices right here.

  • Afghanistan – 10%
  • Albania – 20%
  • Algeria – 17%
  • Angola – 10%
  • Antigua and Barbuda – 15%
  • Argentina – 21%
  • Armenia – 20%
  • Australia – 10%
  • Austria – 20%
  • Azerbaijan – 18%
  • Bahamas – 7.5%
  • Bahrain – 0%
  • Bangladesh – 15%
  • Barbados – 17.5%
  • Belarus – 20%
  • Belgium – 21%
  • Belize – 12.5%
  • Benin – 18%
  • Bermuda – 0%
  • Bhutan – 20%
  • Bolivia – 13%
  • Bosnia – 17%
  • Botswana – 12%
  • Brazil – Rio de Janeiro – 19%, Sao Paulo, Parana and Minas Gerais – 18%, other states – 17%
  • British Virgin Islands – 0%
  • Brunei – 0%
  • Bulgaria – 20%
  • Burkina Faso – 18%
  • Burundi – 18%
  • Cambodia – 10%
  • Canada
    • Alberta – 5%
    • British Columbia – 12%
    • Manitoba – 13%
    • New Brunswick – 13%
    • Newfoundland – 13%
    • Northwest Territories – 5%
    • Nova Scotia – 15%
    • Ontario – 13%
    • Prince Edward Island – 14%
    • Quebec – 14.975%
    • Saskatchewan – 10%
    • Yukon – 5%
  • Cape Verde – 5%
  • Cayman Islands – 0%
  • Central African Republic – 19%
  • Chad – 18%
  • Chile – 19%
  • China – 17%
  • Colombia – 16%
  • Comorus – 10%
  • Congo Democratic Republic – 16%
  • Congo Republic – 18%
  • Cook Islands – 15%
  • Costarica – 13%
  • Croatia – 25%
  • Cuba – 2.5%
  • Curacao – 5%
  • Cyprus – 19%
  • Czech Republic – 21%
  • Denmark – 25%
  • Djibouti – 10%
  • Dominica – 15%
  • Dominican Republic – 16%
  • Equador – 12%
  • Egypt – 10%
  • El Salvador – 13%
  • Equatorial Guinea – 15%
  • Eritrea – 4%
  • Estonia – 20%
  • Faroe Island – 25%
  • Fiji – 15%
  • Finland – 24%
  • France – 20%
  • Gabon – 18%
  • Gambia – 15%
  • Georgia – 18%
  • Germany – 19%
  • Ghana – 15%
  • Gibraltar – 0%
  • Greece – 23%
  • Grenada – 15%
  • Guam – 4%
  • Guatemala – 12%
  • Guernsey – 0%
  • Guinea – 18%
  • Guyana – 16%
  • Haiti – 10%
  • Honduras – 15%
  • Hong Kong – 0%
  • Hungary – 27%
  • Iceland – 24%
  • India
    • Andhra Pradesh – 14.5%
    • Chhattisgarh – 14%
    • Assam, Jammu and Kashmir and Karnataka – 13.5%
    • Other states – 12.5%
  • Indonesia – 10%
  • Iran – 7%
  • Iraq – 0%
  • Ireland – 23%
  • Isle of Man – 20%
  • Israel – 18%
  • Italy – 22%
  • Ivory Coast – 18%
  • Jamaica – 16.5%
  • Japan – 8%
  • Jersey – 5%
  • Jordan – 16%
  • Kazakhstan – 12%
  • Kenya – 16%
  • Kuwait – 0%
  • Kyrgyzstan – 12%
  • Laos – 10%
  • Latvia – 21%
  • Lebanon – 10%
  • Liberia – 7%
  • Libya – 0%
  • Liechtenstein – 8%
  • Lithuania – 21%
  • Luxembourg – 17%
  • Macau – 0%
  • Macedonia – 18%
  • Madagascar – 20%
  • Madeira – 22%
  • Malawi – 16.5%
  • Malaysia – 6%
  • Maldives – 0%
  • Mali – 18%
  • Malta – 18%
  • Mauritania – 14%
  • Mauritius – 15%
  • Mexico – 16%
  • Micronesia – 5%
  • Moldova – 20%
  • Monaco – 20%
  • Mongolia – 10%
  • Montenegro – 19%
  • Morocco – 20%
  • Mozambique – 17%
  • Myanmar – 5%
  • Namibia – 15%
  • Nepal – 13%
  • Netherlands – 21%
  • New Zealand – 15%
  • Nicaragua – 15%
  • Niger – 18%
  • Nigeria – 5%
  • North Korea – 15%
  • Norway – 25%
  • Oman – 0%
  • Pakistan – 17%
  • Panama – 7%
  • Papua New Guinea – 10%
  • Paraguay – 10%
  • Peru – 16%
  • Philipines – 10%
  • Poland – 23%
  • Portugal – 23%
  • Puerto Rico – 7%
  • Romania – 24%
  • Russia – 18%
  • Rwanda – 18%
  • Saint Lucia – 15%
  • San Marino – 0%
  • Saudi Arabia – 0%
  • Senegal – 18%
  • Serbia – 20%
  • Seychelles – 15%
  • Sierra Leone – 15%
  • Singapore – 7%
  • Slovak Republic – 20%
  • Slovenia – 22%
  • Solomon Islands – 10%
  • Somalia – 10%
  • South Africa – 14%
  • South Korea – 10%
  • Spain – 21%
  • Sri Lanka – 12%
  • Sudan – 10%
  • Suriname – 8%
  • Swaziland – 14%
  • Sweden – 25%
  • Switzerland – 8%
  • Taiwan – 5%
  • Tajikistan – 20%
  • Tanzania – 18%
  • Thailand – 7%
  • Togo – 18%
  • Tonga – 15%
  • Trinidad and Tobago – 15%
  • Tunisia – 18%
  • Turkey – 18%
  • Turkmenistan – 20%
  • Tuvalu – 5%
  • Uganda – 18%
  • Ukraine – 20%
  • United Arab Emirates – 0%
  • United Kingdom – 20%
  • United States
    • Colorado – 2.9%
    • Alabama, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, New York, South Dakota, Wyoming – 4%
    • Virginia – 4.3%
    • Missouri – 4.445%
    • Oklahoma – 4.5%
    • Utah – 4.7%
    • North Dakota, Wisconsin – 5%
    • New Mexico – 5.125%
    • Maine, Nebraska – 5.5%
    • Arizona – 5.6%
    • DC, Ohio – 5.75%
    • Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Pennsylvania, South Caroline, Vermont, West Virginia – 6%
    • Kansas – 6.15%
    • Illinois, Massachusetts, Texas – 6.25%
    • Connecticut – 6.35%
    • Arkansas, California, Washington – 6.5%
    • Nevada – 6.85%
    • Minnesota – 6.875%
    • Indiana, Mississippi, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Tennessee – 7%
  • Uruguay – 22%
  • Uzbekistan – 20%
  • Vanuatu – 12.5%
  • Venezuela – 12%
  • Vietnam – 10%
  • Yemen – 5%

Data was from Avalara VATLive via Wikimedia and was accurate as of 10 April 2015.

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