Confusion reigns on transport taxes

An air travel tax that doesn’t apply to executive jets and an urban parking space levy on commuters are among the budget measures that have voters scratching their heads. Nicola Cooke and Dick O’Brien report.

18th October, 2008

An air travel tax that doesn’t apply to executive jets and an urban parking space levy on commuters are among the budget measures that have voters scratching their heads. Nicola Cooke and Dick O’Brien report.

Irish commuters and businesses are this week trying to figure out the implications of the raft of transport sector changes made in Budget 2009,many of which still have to be clarified.

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