SMMT urges EU and UK to strike Rules of Origin deal to swerve £3,400 EV tax hike

Stuart Stone
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Trade body calls on EU and UK to tap brakes on new Rules of Origin requirements that could add 10 per cent tariffs to BEV sales

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has today urged the EU and UK to delay the implementation of new Rules of Origin (ROO) requirements on batteries which could impose 10 per cent tariffs...

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