On Wednesday 26 June 2002 13:58, Padraig Brady wrote:
> I guess ordering from the EU should be fine?
Yes. The EU uses VAT throughout, so it's straightforward; you pay VAT
in the country of origin. If you're VAT registered, you can either
claim it back here or (if the supplier allows it), not pay it in the
I've *never* been charged VAT or duty on stuff shipped from
amazon.com; even on packages worth a couple of hundred euro - how is
is that they manage to get away with it?
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