Fishermen and farmers in Japan may face higher oil taxes if Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda’s government fails to extend an exemption that expires March 31.
The 30-year-old law gives fishery and agricultural businesses a tax break totaling ¥3.8 billion a year, Takanobu Yasunaga, deputy director of the refining division at the trade ministry, said Wednesday.
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