Gas levy: Lindner wants to prevent value-added tax

German Finance Minister Christian Lindner wants to avert a value-added tax on the gas levy and announced that the state does not want to keep the revenue even if the levy is taxed. “In any case, we must find a way to ensure that this act of solidarity (the gas levy) is not also taxed and the state benefits from it,” Lindner said in a ZDF summer interview on Sunday.

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