Bahrain: Updated list of medicines subject to zero rate of VAT; industry focus groups on e-invoicing

Sessions aimed at providing introductory overview of potential e-invoicing operating model

Industry focus groups on e-invoicing

The National Bureau for Revenue (NBR) updated the list of medicines subject to a zero rate of value added tax (VAT). However, there has been no formal announcement by the NBR, and the NBR website still links to the old list.

In addition, the NBR recently invited large taxpayers in various sectors for focus group sessions to discuss e-invoicing implementation in Bahrain. The sessions are aimed at providing an introductory overview of the potential e-invoicing operating model and to gather input from industry.

Read a November 2022 report [PDF 102 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Bahrain


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