HANOI, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Three of the biggest foreign motorcycle makers in Vietnam have announced more price cuts on certain models to counter flagging sales from government curbs on bike ownership. "The new government regulations have brought demand down, especially in city centres," a spokesman at Yamaha Motor Co Ltd in Tokyo said on Thursday. Hanoi has said it would ban new motorcycle registrations in four inner capital city districts from September 1 as part of a campaign to reduce ...
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