The Export of Services shall be zero-rated in the following cases.
If the following conditions are met:
The Services are supplied to a Recipient of Services who does not have a Place of Residence in an Implementing State and who is outside the State at the time the Services are performed;
The Services are not supplied directly in connection with real estate situated in the State or any improvement to the real estate or directly in connection with moveable personal assets situated in the State at the time the Services are performed.
If the services are actually performed outside the Implementing States or are the arranging of services that are actually performed outside the Implementing States.
If the supply consists of the facilitation of outbound tour packages, for that part of the service.
For the purpose of paragraph (a) of Clause 1 of this Article, a Person shall be considered as being “outside the State” if they only have a short-term presence in the State of less than a month and the presence is not effectively connected with the supply.
As an exception to paragraph (a) of Clause 1 of this Article, a supply of Services shall not be zero-rated, if the supply is made under an agreement that is entered into, whether directly or indirectly, with a Recipient of Services who is a Non-Resident, if all of the following conditions are met:
The performance of the Services is, or it is reasonably foreseeable that the performance of the Services will be, received in the State by another Person, including but not limited to, an employee or a director of the Non-Resident Recipient of Services.
It is reasonably foreseeable, at the time the agreement is entered into, that that other Person in the State will receive the Services in the course of making supplies for which Input Tax is not recoverable in full under Article 54 of the Decree-Law.
For the purposes of paragraph (c) of Clause 1 of this Article, services that consist of the “facilitation of outbound tour packages” means the services that a Taxable Person provides in packaging one or more tourism products and also services outside the Implementing States, including but not limited to such goods and services as accommodation, meals, transport, and other activities.