BERLIN, April 29 (Reuters) - Germany's regional finance ministers urged the government to scrap a tax break that makes it cheaper to own sports utility vehicles, such as Land Rovers, Porsche Cayenne and VW Touareg, than other cars. "The majority of the states have backed a motion submitted by Bavaria that goes in this direction," the finance minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany's most populous state, told reporters on Thursday. Scrapping the tax break would affect around 210,000 ...
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