Energy tax

December 1991
New Scientist;12/28/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1800/1801, p9
Reports on the progress made by energy and environment ministers of the European Community on the proposed tax on energy and carbon dioxide emissions. The Commission was asked by the ministers to draft legislation on the tax for their next meeting.


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