- The European Commission has called on Germany to comply with EU VAT rules regarding private tuition services.
- Germany requires private teachers to present a certificate for VAT exemption, which does not comply with EU law.
- The Commission has issued a reasoned opinion to Germany, giving them two months to respond and take necessary measures.
- If Germany does not comply, the case may be referred to the European Court of Justice.
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