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Energy tax fuels indignation

The German government’s proposals for an ecological tax are proof of the old saying that if you try and please everyone you end up pleasing nobody. Plans to tax the use of energy and channel revenue into statutory non-wage costs have split Germany’s coalition government, and has attracted criticism from unlikely bedfellows Greenpeace and the German Federation for Industry.

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