On Nov 29, the Croatian Parliament approved the Tax Reform.
The changes bring a lower, 13% VAT rate on food and dessert preparation and serving in and outside catering establishments, and a lower VAT rate for holders of phonographic rights.
The tax reform also keeps the standard VAT rate of 25%, the total financial effect of that measure being 1.8 billion kuna.
Implementation of the EU Directive 2018/1910 on harmonization and simplification of VAT for cross-border trade. A so-called “quick fixes” concerning changes in respect of call-off stock arrangements, chain transactions and the exemption for intra-Community supplies of goods will apply.
Source Total Croatia news