Article 28 – Discounts, Subsidies And Vouchers
1. The State shall not be treated as providing a subsidy to the supplier if the subsidy or part of it is a Consideration for a supply of Goods or Services to the State.
2. The value of supply may be reduced in the case of a discount if the following conditions are met:
a. The customer has benefited from the reduction in price.
b. The supplier funded the discount.
3. The value of a discount shall be the amount by which the Consideration is reduced.
4. The value of a discount shall not include the value of any Voucher used, and any such reduction will be ignored unless that Voucher was provided for no Consideration.
5. Where the Voucher was issued and sold by the Supplier for Consideration that is less than the value stated on the Voucher, the value of a discount shall be the difference between the value of the Voucher and the Consideration paid for that Voucher.
6. “Voucher” shall not include an instrument that gives the right to receive Goods or Services or the right to receive a discount on the price of the Goods or Services unless the monetary value for which the Voucher may be redeemed is identifiable at the time the Voucher is issued.