Slovakian carbon allowance tax broke EU law, top court rules

Published 01:40 on April 14, 2018  /  Last updated at 01:40 on April 14, 2018  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Slovakia broke EU law by imposing a tax on sold or unused EU carbon allowances, Europe’s top court has ruled, a verdict that could cost the government tens of millions of euros.

Slovakia broke EU law by imposing a tax on sold or unused EU carbon allowances, Europe’s top court has ruled, a verdict that could cost the government tens of millions of euros.

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