There's nothing neutral or cheesy about this nation's value-added tax, locally known as MWST.
At 20 percent, this country's tax, known as TVA, is almost as high as its iconic Eiffel Tower.
a. Great Britain
Along with a VAT known as Ma'am, this Middle-Eastern country has the most museums per capita.
You might get a buzz paying the tariff called ALV in the country with the world's heaviest coffee consumers.
With its rich history of accountants sitting for master painters, it's no wonder this country's BTW tax is so high.
The home of "The Little Mermaid" is also the site of a value-added tax referred to as MOMS.
AFA is the acronym for VAT in this land of Rubik's cubes, paprika, goulash, and the Danube River.
After paying the tariff known here as VSK, you can take a well-earned soak in the Blue Lagoon.
You won't see Humphrey Bogart, but you will encounter the TVA, which is the name of this country's VAT.
Value-added tax is known as PVM in the only country in the world with its own official scent.
In the country whose coat of arms includes an illustration of Noah's Ark, the local name for VAT is AAH.
The levy in this land of Armani and Versace goes by a name that almost sounds like a fashion icon too: IVA.
In this nation, there is an NDS tax to go along with blinis, caviar, and the famed Bolshoi Theatre.
c. Russian Federation
The levy called FPA shares its home with the birthplace of both democracy and the Olympic Games.