EU tax chief to evaluate Belgian road toll plan


BRUSSELS, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Belgium's plan to introduce a road toll on its motorways could distort the European Union's single market, EU lawmakers said, and called on the bloc's tax chief to intervene. "I think it's going to be a problem," John Purvis, a British centre-right member of the European Parliament, told the assembly's economic affairs committee on Tuesday evening. Dutch lawmaker Ieke van den Burg added that such a scheme could be discriminatory and controversial. Many Dutch ...

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