Saudi Food and Drug Authority: No VAT on human medicines, vitamins, and registered medical equipment
Author: ARAB NEWSTue, 2018-01-02 22:12ID: 1514927224200809000
RIYADH: The Food and Drug Authority (FDA) said that the VAT will not be applied on human medicines, vitamins, and registered medical devices and products.
Abdul Rahman Al-Sultan, pharmacist and director of the SFDA’s department of pharmaceutical information and awareness, said that the FDA is closely monitoring companies and pharmacies to make sure they do not implement the VAT on the human medicines, vitamins and registered medical devices and products.
He called upon consumers to inform the General Authority for Zakat and Income Tax (GAZT) on 19993 or the application “VAT” about any company or pharmacy that is not committed to this policy.
Al-Sultan noted that consumers can visit the website https://www.sfda.gov.sa/ar/drug/search/Pages/default.aspx to see the list of medicines and medical products excluded from VAT, and the website https://mdma.sfda.gov.sa/ListedProducts.aspx to see the list of medical devices which are excluded from the VAT.
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