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Fuel Tax Concessions in the Fisheries Sector

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  • Roger Martini

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At the 2009 Pittsburgh Summit, G20 leaders requested an analysis of the scope of energy subsidies and suggestions regarding how they may be phased out and rationalised. This report responds to this request by identifying and measuring fuel tax concessions in the fisheries sector. It provides data on fuel use, tax concessions, and related information for OECD countries and partners, as well as describing some of the key challenges in measuring data of this type.

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  • Roger Martini, 2012. "Fuel Tax Concessions in the Fisheries Sector," OECD Food, Agriculture and Fisheries Papers 56, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:agraaa:56-en
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    2. Ziegler, Friederike & Hornborg, Sara, 2014. "Stock size matters more than vessel size: The fuel efficiency of Swedish demersal trawl fisheries 2002–2010," Marine Policy, Elsevier, vol. 44(C), pages 72-81.

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    environmentally harmful subsidies; fisheries; fossil-fuel subsidies; fuel use; tax concessions; tax exemptions;

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