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VCI calls for rapid reform of renewable energy laws, opposes any increase in tax

8:49 AM MDT | October 31, 2013 | Michael Ravenscroft

Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in Germany have called for the speedy formation of a new federal government, so that important reforms can be implemented, says industry association VCI (Frankfurt). The association is demanding a fundamental and rapid overhaul of Germany's renewable energy law (EEG). SMEs will have to bear considerably higher contributions to the EEG in the coming year, says Reinhold von Eben-Worlée, chairman of the committee of independent entrepreneurs within VCI and managing director at Worlée-Chemie (Hamburg), and...

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