purchase tax


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purchase tax

n
(Economics) Brit a tax levied on nonessential consumer goods and added to selling prices by retailers
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purchase tax

n (Brit) → imposta sugli acquisti
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All Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) cars sold in China won't be subject to a customary 10% purchase tax.
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Normally, Chinese auto buyers would have to pay a 10% purchase tax on any car they buy in the country.
The online purchase tax proposal appears at odds with Nigeria's long-held ambitions for a cashless economy given the possible effect of disincentivizing online purchases.
A sales tax, or our previous very highly-efficient Purchase Tax, would better service our voters and our taxpayers.
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He said with increase in property purchase tax, the government would be able to earn more money.
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Another FPCCI Vice President Zahid Saeed was critical of the government's tax regime on pharmaceutical companies, saying that they have been made to pay purchase tax when the government has been reducing taxes for films and dramas.
At the state level, the taxes that GST will subsume include state cesses and surcharges, luxury tax, state VAT, purchase tax, central sales tax, taxes on advertisements, entertainment tax, all forms of entry tax, and taxes on lotteries and betting.
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