Countries With Lowest Sales Tax Rate - Bottom 10 World

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Sales Tax Rate Latest Reference
Aruba
Guam
Andorra
Canada
Eritrea
Micronesia
Myanmar
Nigeria
Saudi Arabia
Taiwan

Aruba Sales Tax Rate - Revenue tax (RT) was last reported at 1.50 percent. Source: Ministerio di Finansas, Comunicacion, Utilidad y Energia. Forecast: 2 percent.
Guam Sales Tax Rate - VAT stands at 4.00 percent and is the lowest sales tax rate. Source: Guam Department of Revenue and Taxation. Forecast: 4 percent.
Andorra Sales Tax Rate - VAT latest value is 4.50 percent, it is ranked as the 2nd world's lowest sales tax rate. Source: Ministry of Economy and Finance. Forecast: 5 percent.
Canada Sales Tax Rate - GST was last reported at 5.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 3rd lowest recorded sales tax rate. Source: Canada Revenue Agency. Forecast: 5 percent.
Eritrea Sales Tax Rate - VAT stands at 5.00 percent and is the 4th lowest sales tax rate. Source: Ministry of Finance. Forecast: 5 percent.
Micronesia Sales Tax Rate - VAT latest value is 5.00 percent, it is ranked as the 5th world's lowest sales tax rate. Source: Department of Finance and Administration. Forecast: 5 percent.
Myanmar Sales Tax Rate - Commercial Tax was last reported at 5.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 6th lowest recorded sales tax rate. Source: Internal Revenue Department. Forecast: 5 percent.
Nigeria Sales Tax Rate - VAT stands at 5.00 percent and is the 7th lowest sales tax rate. Source: Federal Inland Revenue Service, Nigeria. Forecast: 5 percent.
Saudi Arabia Sales Tax Rate - VAT latest value is 5.00 percent, it is ranked as the 8th world's lowest sales tax rate. Source: General Authority OF ZAKAT & TAX, Saudi Arabia. Forecast: 5 percent.
Taiwan Sales Tax Rate - Business Tax was last reported at 5.00 percent. It ranks as the world's 9th lowest recorded sales tax rate. Source: Taxation Administration, Ministry of Finance, R.O.C.. Forecast: 5 percent.
The country with lowest Sales Tax Rate is Aruba (1.50 percent in 2018) followed by Guam (4.00 percent in 2018) in the second position and Andorra (4.50 percent in 2018) in the third.