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A Guide to Portugal

Portugal by Numbers

Population circa 10m

64% population between ages of 15 and 64

75% internet usage

51% of consumers regularly shop online

In 2020 ecommerce turnover was expected to be $3.4m

In 2020, 39% of consumers bought goods cross-border

Most Purchased Online

  • Electronic Products
  • Clothing
  • Books

Portugal delivery proposition

  • 100% country coverage (Including Islands)
  • Max weight: 30kg
  • Max dimensions: Max one length 120cm, Max of all three dimensions 240cm

Prepare your business for the new VAT rules

On the 1st of July 2021, the EU will update its VAT system for goods imported from outside the EU. The idea is to simplify and standardise the taxation of cross border supplies of goods and services. See below for our overview of what this means to UK ecommerce businesses and marketplaces exporting to the EU.

New VAT rules

Up until the 1st July 2021, all commercial goods imported into the EU face no VAT if they are valued under €22. However this is subject to change.

As of the 1st of July 2021, all commercial goods valued at €22 or less that are imported into the EU will be subject to VAT irrespective of their value. This means that as of this date, all goods will be taxed, regardless of their commercial value. For commercial goods valued above the €150 threshold, customers are still obliged to pay customs duties upon importation into the EU. The rate of VAT varies depending on the EU country the customer resides in.

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