Per the Jason Croke 'Brexit Reality 6' article:
The EU has removed low value consignment relief from 1 July 2021, meaning all imports into the EU will be subject to import VAT.
I know the £135 threshold is relevant for imports to the UK and whether the seller needs to register for VAT here, but I didn't realise there was a similar threshold going the other way at the moment (other than for duty purposes).
I thought all sales of goods to EU customers from outside the EU were currently ZR and the customer had to account for import VAT, the same as a UK customer receiving an import if the consignment is over £135. But the quote above suggests that some imports to the EU aren't currently subject to import VAT.
Can anyone enlighten me?