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Monday, December 11th, 2017 | bitcoin updates

HANNOVER (dpa-AFX) – The Dutch Prime Minister Stephan Weil (SPD) considers the proposals of VW (Volkswagen vz) Group CEO Matthias Mller for a higher taxation of dieselsprit fr sense. "In a medium-term process, this is indeed well conceivable," said Weil on Monday in Hannover.Allerdings must be taken on special groups account. This is for example the important field of agriculture in Lower Saxony. Many farmers would have their investment decision for the diesel according to the tax assessment, said Weil. "That is also a kind of protection of trust that arises there." The second group are the craftsmen with their special vehicles. They also need to be taken into account. VW CEO Mller had proposed in an interview the gradual shift of tax relief in favor of promoting environmentally friendly propulsion technologies. Because sitting in the VW Supervisory Board, as the country holds 20 percent of the shares in the company. Mller had also said in the interview, the introduction of an environmental badge would be better than large-scale driving bans. Weil's idea is negative. "An environmental badge is another way of expressing driving bans," said the SPD politician. The primary objective and task of all involved must be to avoid driving bans. The introduction of the environmental badge was therefore associated with clear question marks, because it would be for the main group of affected motorists associated with a loss of confidence. "These are the drivers who bought a diesel Euro 5, which affects five to six million vehicles, who bought vehicles for their money, where they could assume that they would not have any problems," said Weil. That there were still problems, others would have to answer, not these drivers. Therefore, it should be the primary goal of policy and industry to avoid driving bans on such a group. It also appealed to the auto industry to accelerate and intensify its incentives to switch to modern diesel

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