The Russian government agrees to scrap trade rules requiring that foreign auto makers produce 350,000 vehicles annually in the country to secure reduced duties on imported components. Moscow made the concession to obtain European Union support for membership in the World Trade Organization. A special WTO working party late last week approved all bilateral agreements between Russia and the organization’s 153 members, creating one package for anticipated approval at a Dec. 15-17 ...
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