The European Commission has formally requested Greece to modify its legislation which allows service stations at its land borders with Kipi (Turkey), Kakkayia (Albania) and Evzoni (FYROM) to sell fuel without excise duties.

The Commission believes that when a vehicle is tanked, the fuel should be considered as having been sold for consumption, and therefore cannot remain under a duty suspension regime. Excise duties should therefore be charged on the sale of that fuel, in line with the European Directive on Excise Duties.



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Rubriek: Europees belastingrecht, Accijns en verbruiksbelastingen

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