PARIS – European Union ministers have been asked to approve a wide-ranging trade deal with Syria that would see the high duties restricting EU exports to that country scrapped. But although tariffs on Syrian industrial shipments to the EU would be eliminated as soon as the proposed EU-Syria Association Agreement comes into force, many Syrian import duties would be removed more gradually. Cars 1.6L or below currently face 145% tariffs in Syria. The highest Syrian tariffs – including ...
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