BUCHAREST, March 25 (Reuters) - Romania's Finance Minister said on Sunday he plans to maintain a car registration tax which is subject to legal action by the European Union over concerns the tax is discriminatory. The EU, which Romania joined in January, launched legal action against the new member state and Malta on Wednesday, saying their registration taxes discriminate against second-hand cars imported from other countries. "The tax will remain in force. The finance ministry will send ...
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