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cut off or out or away

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Synonyms for excise

a tax that is measured by the amount of business done (not on property or income from real estate)

remove by erasing or crossing out or as if by drawing a line

levy an excise tax on

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remove by cutting

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Withdrawal of excise duty on polypropylene bags and sacks.
To encourage the domestic production of mobile handsets and reduce the dependence on imports, it is proposed to restructure the excise duty for category of mobile handsets.
Smartphones: The Budget has proposed a 6 per cent excise duty on mobile phones priced at more than Rs 2,000.
The SBPA's report warns: "It is evident that the primary motivation for the Scottish government for the control of excise duty relating to alcohol is driven by a desire to gain control of the additional revenues generated by the introduction of minimum unit pricing of alcohol.
Another major budget proposal is to levy 16 percent federal excise duty on carriage of goods by train from next fiscal.
Q You mean I should already be able to buy a box of fags in Lithuania, say, pay whatever the excise duty rate is there, and then bring them home and smoke them without Gordon Brown complaining?
European Court of Justice judges ruled only products acquired and transported personally by private individuals are exempt from excise duty in the member state of importation.
The European Court of Justice judges ruled that "only products acquired and transported personally by private individuals are exempt from excise duty in the member state of importation".
already applies a reduced rate of excise duty on biodiesel used for road transport.
5pc of the vehicle excise duty (VED) due in 2002-03 was dodged -up from 3.
VAT inspectors had suggested that dealers should be charging VAT when supplying Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) with new vehicles, particularly as part of an "on the road" price, but the RMI convinced HM Customs and Excise (HMCE) to change their minds.
Drinks industry bosses have renewed their annual plea for a break on excise duty ahead of next month's Budget.
Excise duty on British beer, seven times French levels, accounts for 40 per cent of the price of the British pint.
Earlier generalization of cigarette excise duty announced in April, 1999 drew strong protest from white cigarette producers as it sent the price of their product higher and weakened their competitiveness.
Abolition of CED: The tourists being required to pay a 10 per cent per Central Excise Duty is considered to be extremely high and creates an unpleasant feeling.