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Swedish Citizens Get A Tax Break For Repairing Old Goods

Swedish Citizens Get A Tax Break For Repairing Old Goods
Consumer Goods

A sustainability initiative encourages people to fix, rather than replace, broken objects

Macala Wright
  • 25 october 2016

To take the motto of “Waste Not, Want Not” to a new level, the Swedish government decided to give their citizens tax breaks for repairing and reusing items that they already had instead of replacing them with new ones.

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