By Alonso Soto and Jeferson Ribeiro BRASILIA, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Brazil has dropped plans to delay tighter auto safety standards and instead will lower import taxes on air bags and anti-lock breaks to ease their impact on car prices, two government officials told Reuters on Monday. Concerned about a domestic auto market that has lost steam this year, the government had considered holding off the new rules, which will force local carmakers to install air bags ...
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