Turkey plans new auto sector incentives - minister


ANKARA, April 29 (Reuters) - Turkey's strategic plan for its automotive sector will include new incentive mechanisms, the country's Industry Minister Nihat Ergun said on Thursday ahead of a meeting with sector representatives. He said in a speech that work would be conducted on special tax mechanisms for environmentally friendly vehicles and on withdrawing old vehicles from circulation. (Reporting by Tulay Karadeniz)

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