BUCHAREST, March 26 (Reuters) - Romania will defend a car registration tax that is subject to legal action by the European Union, which calls it discriminatory against other EU member states, Prime Minister Calin Tariceanu said on Monday. The EU sent Romania, which joined in January, and Malta formal requests last week to amend their rules, saying the countries unjustifiably imposed extra taxes on second-hand cars imported from other EU countries. Bucharest says its tax, which can reach ...
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