Lower sales tax only for print not for e-books, EU court rules

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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European countries must levy standard rates of sales taxes on digital books and newspapers rather than the reduced levels possible for their printed equivalents due to e-commerce rules, the EU’s top court ruled on Tuesday.