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Kazakhstan "considers zero VAT on medical equipment"

This article was originally published in Clinica

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Kazakhstan is said to be considering abolishing value-added tax (VAT) on medical equipment. The proposal is part of a wider programme of reforms to modernise existing healthcare legislation, reports our sister-publication, Scrip, citing the Kazakhstan Pharmaceutical Herald. Parliament is expected to debate the plans (currently being drafted by a working group in the lower house) this month, with a view to potentially abolishing VAT on pharma- and medtech-related equipment from early 2009.

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