Business leaders call for VAT tax break for 'green' products

Cecilia Keating
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Bosses of Arrival, Ecotricity, and Bulb are among more than 30 business leaders to urge government to take step to make low carbon products and solutions more affordable for consumers

Leading green technology businesses have urged the government to use its new found independence from EU regulation to scrap VAT on 'green' products such as electric vehicles (EVs), low-carbon boilers,...

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