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Cup Of Coffee Set To Become Cheaper In Croatia

The price of a cup of coffee in Croatia is set to drop. From next Tuesday 1 January, VAT will drop from 25% to 10% on certain goods in the service industry.

A large number of restauranteurs around the country have confirmed that they will drop prices from midnight on Monday, however it has not been confirmed whether or not prices will drop the same amount as the VAT.

Under the new VAT rate, a cup of coffee that costs 9 kuna (1.20 euro), should cost punters 8 kuna (1.05 euros) from midnight on Monday.

Fiscal cash registers, attached to the state tax office, will also become law from 1 January 2013 for all cafes in the country.

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