EIB: Most Romanians Willing to Pay Higher Income Tax To Help Lower-Income Households Cope with Green Transition Costs

11.28.2023 By Roxana Rosu

Most Romanians say they would be willing to pay more income tax to aid lower-income households cope with the costs of green transition, with the weight being 7 points above the EU average (66% vs 59%), reveals the latest survey conducted by the European Investment Bank on the climate.

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