The Brussels Court of Appeal recently ruled that non-travel agent businesses may be classified as travel agents for VAT purposes if a substantial part of the services they perform relate to travel and accomodation. This classification as a travel agent would mean that the input VAT related to the travel agency activities would not in principle be deductible. Companies should therefore assess
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