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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.
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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
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Translations

zero-rated

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

[ˌzɪərəʊˈreɪtɪd] adj (Brit) (Comm) → ad aliquota zero
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For example, a Saudi VAT-registered company receiving services from a UAE construction company would be viewed as having received a zero-rated service. If the company was not VAT-registered in Saudi Arabia, then it would be subject to VAT in the UAE -- but at 0%.
T-Mobile's Binge On is a zero-rated service that streams video
Dr Marsh was previously in charge of ambulance services in Essex, taking it from a zero-rated service to a top-performing three-star trust.
Before moving to the West Midlands, Mr Marsh was chief executive of Essex Ambulance Service which he turned around from a zero-rated service to a top performing trust in just three years.
NR believes that Servco can claim the ITC for the Division III GST paid by Servco on importation of the NR's goods because Servco is providing a zero-rated service of a "sales representative" to a non-resident in relation to those goods.
"From talks, it was apparent that the list of 94 foods (currently sold without VAT) would gradually shrink, as well as other zero-rated services, by 2022.
Given this, the need to provide people with low incomes access to mobile Internet was seen as a huge business opportunity, which prompted the introduction of zero-rated services. In 2015, under the guise of philanthropy, Facebook implemented its famous "Free Basics" programme in Pakistan, whereby the social media giant partners with various mobile networks to provide free access to its services and other FB-approved sites on internet.org, whilst data charges apply for the rest of the Internet.