Ramadan spending habits change via VAT introduction in Saudi Arabia 2018

The statistic displays the distribution of affected consumption habits through the introduction of value added tax during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia in 2018, by consumption type. It was reported that 64 percent of respondents believed the introduction of value added tax would have affected their spending habits. Additionally, around 63 percent of consumers believed that it would also affect their gifting habits and entertainment habits.

Distribution of affected consumption habits through the introduction of value added tax during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia in 2018, by consumption type

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Release date

May 2018

Region

Saudi Arabia

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

Survey question: "Will the introduction of VAT impact your Ramadan .... ?"

Note: survey methodology not given by source

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