Costa Rican legislators back removal of tax on diesel
Legislators from several Costa Rican parties favor abolition of the sales tax on diesel, but only so long as there is no increase in gasoline prices.
Monday, July 7, 2008
Costa Rica's legislators rejected the government's proposal to increase taxes on gasoline in order to remove them from diesel.
Guatemala's government faces an uphill battle in Congress to win approval for its plans to reduce retail taxes on gasoline and diesel.
The selective consumption tax charged on hybrid cars has dropped from 15% to 10%.
Opposition legislators have called a special session of Guatemala's Congress to discuss a proposal to abolish the value-added tax on diesel.
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