Value-added tax (VAT) discount for centralized heating and hotels will remain, says Lithuania's Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis, adding that the government would announce the proposed tariff next week.
Up until this June, the VAT tariff for heating was 9 per cent, a tariff also applies on accommodation services. The government has earlier considered discarding the privileges and start applying the usual 21-perc ent size.
The VAT discount for heating was agreed between the prime minister and the opposition conservatives on the reform of the forestr...
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