Italian car owners' 2012 tax bill rose to 72.7 bln euros


MILAN, July 17 (Reuters) - Italian automobile owners paid 3.8 percent more in car taxes last year than in 2011, even as new petrol and luxury levies crimped consumption, trade group Anfia said on Wednesday. Italians paid a total of 72.7 billion euros ($95.5 billion) in taxes to use, buy and own an automobile in 2012, contributing 17 percent of Italy's total national tax income of 426.6 billion euros. Like governments elsewhere in Europe, Italian leaders have ...


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