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Intrastat thresholds in Europe

Intrastat returns are statistical reports due in every Member States when the value of the goods arrived or dispatched from or to another EU country exceed the applicable threshold.

All thresholds in the table below must be calculated annually according to a calendar year. When a business exceeds the threshold in one country, they should continue to file Intrastat returns until a January-to-December period has been completed under the applicable threshold. For example, if a business makes a one-off intra-Community acquistion of €500,000 in Spain in June 2016, nil Intrastat returns will be due until January 2018, when the December 2017 return is filed.

Exceptionally, France and Italy have a unique Intrastat system. These countries have merged their intrastat declarations and ECSL returns in a single return.

 

CountryArrivalsDispatches

Austria

750,000 €

750,000 €

Belgium

1,500,000 €

1,000,000 €

Bulgaria

430,000 BGN

260,000 BGN

Croatia

1,900,000 HRK

1,000,000 HRK

Cyprus

130,000 €

55,000 €

Czech Republic

8,000,000 CZK

8,000,000 CZK

Denmark

6,200,000 DKK

4,700,000 DKK

Estonia

200,000 €

130,000 €

Finland

550,000 €

500,000 €

France

460,000 €

0 €

Germany

800,000 €

500,000 €

Greece

150,000 €

90,000 €

Hungary

170,000,000 HUF

100,000,000 HUF

Ireland

500,000 €

635,000 €

Italy (*)

200,000€ for goods

100,000€ for services 

100,000€ for goods

Latvia

200,000 €

100,000 €

Lithuania

250,000 €

150,000 €

Luxemburg

200,000 €

150,000 €

Malta

700 €

700 €

Poland

3,000,000 PLN

2,000,000 PLN

Portugal

350,000 €

250,000 €

Romania

500,000 RON

900,000 RON

Slovakia

200,000 €

400,000 €

Slovenia

140,000 €

220,000 €

Spain

400,000 €

400,000 €

Sweden

9,000,000 SEK

4,500,000 SEK

The Netherlands

1,000,000 € 

1,200,000 €

UK

1,500,000 £

250,000 £

(*) These thresholds will apply as from 1 January 2018.