BERLIN, May 27 (Reuters) - Germany's Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe wants to end a tax break making it cheaper to own sports utility vehicles, such as Land Rovers and VW Touareg, than other cars, a government spokesman said on Thursday. "Stolpe wants to get it (the measure) underway," the spokesman said. Sueddeutsche Zeitung newspaper said that the finance ministry was already working out the details and that German states hoped for extra tax revenues in the three-digit million euro ...
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