BRUSSELS, June 20 (Reuters) - Drivers would no longer face double taxation when moving country within the European Union if a plan to scrap car registration levies by 2015 goes ahead, European Tax Commissioner Lazslo Kovacs said on Monday. "It will benefit the internal market, the environment and it will benefit the consumer," Kovacs told reporters. "It restructures the existing system. It's not a new tax," he added. Car owners can face double taxation when they move to another member ...
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