In HANOI story headlined "Vietnam may delay higher auto tariffs-state media", please read in paragraph five... She declined further comment ...instead of... He declined further comment (corrects gender of speaker). A corrected story follows. HANOI, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Hit by protests from foreign automakers, Vietnam may delay by three or six months the implementation of higher auto parts tariffs that have stunned the industry. The Ministry of Finance issued a December 4 decision that ...
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