Zero-rated supply

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In economics, zero-rated supply refers to items that are taxable, but the rate of tax is nil on their input supplies. The term is applied to items that would normally be taxed under valued-added systems such as Europe's Value Added Tax (VAT) or Canada's Goods and Services Tax (GST). Examples of these items include: most exports, basic groceries, and prescription drugs.


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