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I am calculating this variable below to get the V.A.T (Value Added Tax) for Great Britain - which is 17.5%
vat = (cint(the_agency_markup)/47)*7
Dividing by 47 then multiplying by 7 gives you 17.5%.

Does anyone know of a DB that will hold the caluclation values for other countries, ie. germany..

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