This article analyses the problem of shaping EU tax strategy in the energetic sector. The taxes are an important economic instrument influencing the activity on the common EU energy market. The different tax systems for energetic products in the EU-countries create barriers for more effective allocation of resources and lack of equal competition conditions. The last feature becomes especially important...
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