(Adds analyst comment in paras 4, 5) By Tamora Vidaillet BEIJING, March 22 (Reuters) - A range of planned Chinese consumption tax changes aimed partly at environmental protection will raise levies on fuel-guzzling cars while slapping new charges on oil products and even disposable chopsticks. The changes, to take effect on April 1, will be the biggest adjustments to consumption taxes in 12 years, in line with China's newly stressed national goals of slashing energy consumption and ...
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