Danish taxation minister Svend Erik Hovmand is to consider adjusting surcharges on diesel fuel in order to bring into line the prices of conventional diesel and the new low-sulphur alternative, Jyllands-Posten newspaper reported on Wednesday.
The move follows complaints by Eyvind Vesselbo, chairman of the parliamentary environment committee, that low-tax policies of Denmark's centre-right coalition government - amounting to a tax freeze - appeared to be hampering the introduction of low-sulphur diesel.
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