A tax policy advisory panel to Tokyo Gov. Shintaro Ishihara proposed Tuesday that the metropolitan government introduce a new tax on automakers reflecting the environmental impact of their products.
The tax, tentatively called a “clean automobile production promotion tax,” would be the first of its kind targeted at automakers in Japan.
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