The Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. says it strongly supports an initiative to harmonize passenger-car taxation in the European Union. “JAMA agrees with the European Commission’s findings that gradual elimination of the passenger-car registration tax would be beneficial in a number of ways,” the organization says in a statement. The 25 EU member states have individual tax structures and rates, which often result in significant differences in new-car prices. JAMA says a move to ...

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