EU acts against Greece, Denmark over car tax


BRUSSELS, Jan 23 (Reuters) - The European Commission took Greece to court on Thursday for making people who move there pay to register their cars and slammed Denmark for charging "exorbitant" fees to get a licence plate. It asked Copenhagen to change the rules or face the same fate as Greece. Under EU rules dating from 1983, the personal property of people moving from one member state to another cannot be taxed. A Commission spokesman said the EU executive believed cars belonged in the ...

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