PARIS – The European Commission is seeking input from auto makers on whether the region’s existing patchwork of national passenger-car taxation laws needs to be reformed and replaced with a more harmonized European Union-wide system. The EC is particularly interested in whether there is support for replacing registration taxes with taxes based on carbon dioxide emissions, which would help the EU meet its Kyoto Protocol global warming commitments. Among the proposals under consideration ...
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