VILNIUS – Lithuanian farmers will not evade the duty to pay the pollution tax on acquired tractors, combines and other agricultural vehicles, Agriculture Minister Andrius Palionis says.
Failure to introduce such a tax would lead to an EU fine of several dozen million euros for Lithuania, the minister says, noting that Lithuania was supposed to introduce the tax for tractors and other agricultural vehicles back in 2007 when a three-year transitional period expired.
"If we fail to introduce tractors' legal registration, then the ministry sh...
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