# Slovakia's 65524

Slovakia's VAT rate is reduced to 10% on some goods (e.g., books, textbooks, and medicines). Normal VAT is 20%.

How much would we pay for a book that cost 69.00 euros if we didn't have to pay VAT?

How much would we pay for a book that cost 69.00 euros if we didn't have to pay VAT?

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