Fans of “Putin’s” Car recycling will pay higher taxes. It is for them to afford to hit the “environmental” initiative Minpromtorg

Initiative Minpromtorg Russia to impose different rates of vehicle tax on environmentally friendly car to hit in the first place by those who used the state program utilization. Recall last week, Ministry of Industry proposed the introduction of different rates of transport tax for different types of vehicles: for the Euro-5 - at 0.7 to the Euro-4 - 1, for the Euro-3 - 1,2, for the Euro-2 - 1 6.

For cars without environmental class (ie, acquired before 1 January 2006. When this option is not stated in the document), vehicle tax, and does offer a double. Crawfish Ministry of Industry does not intend: the only way to stimulate the purchase of cleaner vehicles and successfully implement the Strategy for development of car industry until 2020., According to the Office.

21 September 2010

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