merke/fargeavgift

English translation: excise duty exemptions, labelled or coloured oils, fuels etc.

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Norwegian term or phrase:merke/fargeavgift
English translation:excise duty exemptions, labelled or coloured oils, fuels etc.
Entered by: stephen mewes

10:43 Feb 11, 2014
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Petroleum Eng/Sci
Norwegian term or phrase: merke/fargeavgift
Trekkavgift, merke/fargeavgift, svinnavgift og fraktrate for Jet A1
stephen mewes
United Kingdom
Local time: 18:15
excise duty exemptions, labelled or coloured oils, fuels etc.
Explanation:
excise duties include exemptions on certain fuels, lubricants and mineral oils etc. These liquids are labelled/coloured to distinguish them from oils subject to tax.
See toll.no (Norwegian Customs) for their translated documents on excise duties for mineral oil etc.
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jeffrey engberg
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4 +1excise duty exemptions, labelled or coloured oils, fuels etc.
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excise duty exemptions, labelled or coloured oils, fuels etc.


Explanation:
excise duties include exemptions on certain fuels, lubricants and mineral oils etc. These liquids are labelled/coloured to distinguish them from oils subject to tax.
See toll.no (Norwegian Customs) for their translated documents on excise duties for mineral oil etc.


    Reference: http://www.toll.no/upload/aarsrundskriv/Engelske/2013%20Road...
jeffrey engberg
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agree  Leif Henriksen: Fee for marking/dyeing. See also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuel_dyes
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