MANILLA — Vehicle assemblers are asking the Philippine government to fine-tune the automotive industry's tax structure in order to make new cars and utility vehicles more affordable to consumers. A reduction in taxes on new cars also would encourage the phase-out of second-hand cars due to environmental concerns, they say. The Philippine Automotive Federation (PAF) wants the government to narrow the tax bracket gap in order to give them more flexibility in marketing their cars to ...
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