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Swedish tax on electronics- politically viable, but legally vulnerable?

News: Mar 17, 2017

FRAM researcher associate Professor Pernilla Rendahl attended the research day on taxes 16th of March.

Pernilla Rendahl discussed the new Swedish tax on chemicals in electroncis that will be in place from 1st of July this year. The tax only apply on electronics that are purchased from companies within Sweden. Pernilla discussed the political arguments as well as the legal. Is this type of excise an appropriate political instrument?

Link to the programme can be found here. Seminars were held in Swedish.

Pernillas presentation (in Swedish)The day was organised by SkatterättsAkademin at the the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg.

BY: Åsa Arrhenius

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