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If you are located in a non-European country, you will be invoiced excluding VAT.

If your company is located in the European Union (outside France) and you have an intra-community number, you will be invoiced excluding VAT.

If you are located in the EU, but do not have an intra-community number, you will be invoiced with 20% VAT.

If you are located in France, in all cases, you will be invoiced with 20% VAT: the intra-community VAT number does not apply.

It doesn't matter which country you deliver to, it's where you are located that counts.

In summary, it is possible to obtain a VAT exemption if you have a company registered in the EU and a valid VAT number or if your company is located outside the EU.

In the T-Pop application, under your preferences, you will be able to enter your intra-community VAT number at the bottom of the screen.

Your VAT number will then be checked against the European Commission's VIES database of VAT numbers

If the number is validated, your orders will be invoiced excluding VAT.
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