German car tax plan to be delayed - government


BERLIN, May 23 (Reuters) - The German government's controversial plans to change rules on car tax from 2009 to take exhaust emissions into account will likely be delayed further, government officials said on Friday. The proposals were due to be signed off in cabinet next Tuesday but the finance, economy and environment ministries have been unable to reach final agreement and they are now due to be discussed in cabinet on June 18, officials said at a regular news conference. The measures, ...

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