State loses €15m in truckers' tax

The Irish government is losing €15 million in revenue every year by not charging foreign hauliers motor tax, according to new research.

1st June, 2013

The Irish government is losing €15 million in revenue every year by not charging foreign hauliers motor tax, according to new research.

The Irish Road Haulage Association (IRHA) has sent new proposals on the taxation of heavy good vehicles (HGVs) to Environment and Local Government Minister Phil Hogan.

The association is concerned about the competitive disadvantage that will occur when new motor tax charges are applied in the North - as part of new British...

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