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Origin of value-added tax
Words nearby value-added tax
British Dictionary definitions for value-added tax
Cultural definitions for value-added tax
A tax on the value added to a product at each stage of its production, from raw materials to finished product. Widely employed in Europe, value-added taxes have the advantage (for governments) of raising revenue “invisibly,” that is, without appearing as taxes on the bill paid by the consumer.