> If you point out that you're VAT registered they should zero rate what they
> sell, the same as you should zero rate anything you sell to them (or any
> other EU country for that matter).
Pedantic note here: "zero rating" is not the same as "not charging
VAT". The former is for things which are not VATtable at all, like
food, the latter is for things on which VAT is normally paid, but isn't
being paid on the transaction in question because it's not at the end of
the value chain.
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