The economy, In the context of the climate change debate, advocates in France of a European tax on kerosene and marine fuel. “It is a bad idea and that there are targets to be met for the emission of the cars, but not aircraft or ships”, said the French Economy minister, Bruno Le Maire. “We have to be to work in a European-wide tax for aircraft and marine fuel.”
The president of france Emmanuel Macron unveiled in may, is already a kerosinetaks, in the context of a series of reform proposals for the european market. The belastingsbeleid in the European Union, however, it can be a minefield, because the individual states to take decisions that are blocked may be blocked.