This Thursday, September 7, the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire announced the end of the tax loophole on non-road diesel.
This time, it’s definitely the end. The Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire announced this Thursday September 7the end of tax refund on non-road diesel (GNR).
This fuel concerns engines non-road vehicles, such as those found in the agricultural, forestry, river sectors or even in public works.
“We will remove the tax loophole on non-road diesel quite simply to shift our taxation from brown taxation to one that promotes green investments”.
This is what Bruno Le Maire said at our colleagues from home France Info. This ending apply to gradually of 2024 and until 2030.
A deal is currently being negotiated between the government and players of the agricultural sector and businesses in the BTP.
To accept the end of this tax, the FNSEA, first agricultural unionexplained that he wanted an alternative solution.
The idea of having tractors running with another fuel or financial aid for this transition were mentioned.
Certain categories will not be affected by this end of tax exemption on the GNR. It’s the case road transport.
Bruno Le Maire explained that he wanted to preserve competitiveness of these sectors. Furthermore, taxation on diesel for road transport is greater than what The other countries Europeans.
It is in any case what is announced the Minister of the Economy:
“The tax is 45 cents for road hauliers. This is more what is done in Spain and Italy.
On the other hand, the tax for farmers is 3.8 cents and 18 cents for public works. This is much lower than what exists in the average of European countries and even in France.”
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