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value-added tax in Tax topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvalue-added taxˌvalue-added ˈtax noun [uncountable]  PETvat
Examples from the Corpus
value-added taxA Baker would have imposed order on the question of whether or not the administration is flirting with a value-added tax.My view is there will have to be an increase in the breadth of value-added tax.The Government is considering the extension of value-added tax to newspapers, magazines and books.So, more literally, does the promise of value-added tax on fuel.Surely any comparison between past and present must take into account the £4.25 billion that was added to value-added tax.With value-added tax, and the other charges made when something is bought and sold, things are comparatively easy.