France plans new tax on outbound flights, airline shares fall
Tuesday, 9 July 2019 (
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France will introduce an eco-tax on airlines flying out of France, which is expected to raise around 180 million euros ($201.67 million) from 2020, transport minister Elisabeth Borne said on Tuesday.
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