BEIJING, March 22 (Reuters) - Chinese changes to consumption taxes will raise levies on the most polluting cars and impose new ones on other things, including some oil products, as the country seeks to protect the environment and cut energy consumption, state media said. From April 1 China would impose new consumption taxes on such items as disposable chopsticks, wooden floor panels and more oil products, state newspapers and the official Xinhua news agency said. While highly polluting ...
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