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ze·ro-rate

(zîr′ō-rāt′, zē′rō-)
tr.v. ze·ro-rat·ed, ze·ro-rat·ing, ze·ro-rates Chiefly British
To exempt from paying a value-added tax.

zero-rated

adj (zero rated when postpositive)
(Commerce) denoting goods on which the buyer pays no value-added tax although the seller can claim back any tax he has paid
Translations

zero-rated

[ˈzɪərəʊˌreɪtɪd] ADJ to be zero-rated for VATtener tipo cero del IVA

zero-rated

[ˌzɪərəʊˈreɪtɪd] adj (Brit) (Comm) → ad aliquota zero
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A company in the UAE that offers a zero-rated good or service needs to register with the Federal Tax Authority (FTA).
An earlier statement from flydubai had said that zero-rated goods and services include ticket fares, on-board products, and extras such as upgrades to Business Class, extra-legroom seats, and additional baggage.
The primary difference between zero rate and exempt supplies is that the vendors of zero-rated goods and/or services can still reclaim all their input VAT.
Furthermore, title five discusses profit margins and explains how to calculate VAT based on profit margins, while title six addresses zero-rated goods and services, including telecommunications, international transportation of passengers or goods, investment grade precious metals, new and converted residential buildings, as well as healthcare, education and buildings earmarked for charity.
Those in the zero-rated goods and services category include certain medications and medical equipment specified by the Ministry of Health and Saudi Food and Drug Authority, supply of gold, silver and platinum that is for investment purposes - at least 99 per cent pure - and tradeable in the international bar market.
Drum explained that the difference between zero-rated and exempt tax is that suppliers of zero-rated goods and services are eligible to reclaim their input VAT, whereas suppliers of exempt goods are unable to do so.