When selling goods from one EU country into another EU country, you should be aware that the VAT requirements and rates could be different from country to country. If you store your goods in an EU country, you may be required to VAT register in that EU Country. Additionally, if you transfer your own goods from one EU Country to another, or if Amazon (FBA) transfers your goods from a fulfilment centre into another country where you have designated your goods can be stored, the transfer may also be treated as a transaction, which needs to be reported on a VAT return. You are responsible for meeting any VAT obligations that apply, including VAT obligations in the Amazon marketplace website locations, the countries from which you are delivering your goods, the countries to which you are delivering or shipping your goods, or any other countries (e.g. country of importation in case you import goods from non EU).