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The Turkish Finance Ministry has announced plans to correlate motor vehicle tax rates with emission rates, following the example of German and British models reports Hurriyet.
Finance Minister Mehmet Şimşek reportedly requested the ministry work on the scheme, which will determine the rates of motor vehicles tax (MTV) and private consumption tax (ÖTV) of cars based on the amount of pollution generated by the vehicle.
“Our objective is not to raise income through tax hikes. The important issue here is to leave a clean environment for future generations,” Şimşek said.
The ministry intends to be fair toward vehicle owners while levying taxes, as well as reducing the level of environmental pollution as responsible citizens, he added. The current vehicle taxes are set on the basis of motor engine capacity and the age of the vehicle.
Taxes relating to these two factors might be reduced in order to set the tax on CO2 emissions higher, according to sources.
The new system will be applied to cars manufactured after the regulation comes into force. Cars entering the market and those already in stock prior to the new system will not be covered by the new legislation. ..
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