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Official Statistics: Scottish VAT Assignment Experimental Statistics

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June 30
08:30 2020

Scottish VAT Assignment Experimental Statistics 2018 provisional estimate

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Scottish VAT Assignment - Experimental Statistics 2017

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Scottish VAT Assignment - Experimental Statistics 2016

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The Experimental Statistics publications on Scottish VAT Assignment (VA) present the share of the first 10 percentage points of standard rated VAT and 2.5 percentage points of reduced rated VAT raised in Scotland as an annual proportion of UK VAT receipts. The share has been estimated by the Scottish VA model, which has been jointly developed by officials from UK and Scottish Governments.

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Published 30 May 2019
Last updated 30 June 2020 +show all updates
  1. Updated the publication with the new 2018 provisional estimate.

  2. Update with data from 2017.

  3. First published.

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