Bremner, Richard
September 2009
Management Today;Sep2009, p80
Trade Publication
The article reports on the tax rate per year of company cars in Great Britain based on their carbon emission. It states that it is possible for the company managers to lower carbon emission at the same time lower the costs. Ford Motor Co. fleet sales operations manager Paul Marsh said that having low carbon emission means good fuel economy. It provides information the amount of tax deducted against the purchase cost of cars considering their carbon emission.


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