No, you don’t have to register as a VAT payer in each country you sell in.
If you’re not based in the EU, we suggest registering in the country where you get the most sales.
If you’re based in the EU, you should register in the country where your business is located once you reach the domestic sales threshold. If you’re also selling to other EU countries, you should keep an eye on the distance selling threshold.
Once your combined sales in other EU member states reach the distance selling threshold of EUR 10 000, you can register in the Union One-Stop Shop (OSS), and you’ll be valid for declaration and payment of VAT on all distance sales within the EU. After registering in the OSS, you can pay VAT on all your products in a single electronic quarterly return and work with the tax administration of your EU member state.