Norway to extend benefits for electric cars

Norway just needs to secure an approval from the EU so it can continue promoting electric vehicles.

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Norway's big success in spreading the use of electric cars shall continue, if the country's government gets its way. The Norwegian government will now apply for permission from EU authorities to continue the favorable conditions for electric cars.

The EU approval is necessary as Norway is part of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and must therefore seek permission from Brussels for special tariff-exemption rules.

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