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indirect tax

noun [C]
 
 
TAX a tax on goods or services that are bought, rather than on income: They have created a type of underground economy in order to avoid paying indirect taxes. Sales Tax and Value Added Tax are examples of indirect taxes. → Compare direct tax
indirect taxation noun [U]
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