Yes, if you are selling on Amazon in the European marketplaces, you may need to register for Value Added Tax (VAT) in the countries where you have taxable supplies. VAT is a tax on goods and services that is charged by most countries in the European Union (EU) and is generally required for businesses that sell goods or services in those countries.
Amazon has a program called the VAT Calculation Service that can assist you in registering for VAT in the EU. With this service, Amazon calculates and remits the VAT on behalf of sellers, making it easier for sellers to comply with VAT requirements. However, even if you use the VAT Calculation Service, you may still need to register for VAT in some EU countries.
It is important to understand that VAT requirements can vary from country to country, and it is the seller's responsibility to ensure that they are compliant with the VAT rules and regulations in each country where they sell. If you're unsure about your VAT obligations, it is recommended that you seek advice from a tax or legal professional who is familiar with the VAT rules in the EU.