The European Commission has launched an investigation into the Irish government’s treatment of Vat on the sale of horses, a move that could have serious implications for the bloodstock industry.
The commission said last week that it would investigate Ireland and six other EU member states over the reduced rate of Vat, currently 4.6 per cent, that is applied to transactions involving horse sales. It is understood to be questioning why Ireland does...
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