Romania to award new tax breaks to carmaker Dacia


BUCHAREST, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Romania is set to award new tax breaks to carmaker Dacia, owned by France's Renault , to make up for the cancellation of profit tax exemptions to align with European Union state aid rules, officials said on Tuesday. Romania's parliament approved the exemptions from customs and value added tax for Dacia's imports and local acquisitions, to compensate for the scrapping of profit tax exemptions that would have run for nine months from the start of 2007, daily ...

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