The Emirates will not raise the added value as Saudi Arabia did

The United Arab Emirates has said it does not intend to raise VAT, as Saudi Arabia has done, and raised the VAT to 15%.

Where the Saudi Press Agency said on Monday that the cost of living will stop as of the first of June and the value-added tax will rise from 5 to 15% and also from the first of June.

  And she will stop the living allowances in order to support the state's public finances.

The government of the United Arab Emirates held a three-day electronic meeting to help shape a plan of action for the Coronavirus.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, chaired the e-government meeting.