NOVI SAD, Serbia – Serbia is the latest European country to start formal membership negotiations with the European Union, which could provide its auto industry increasingly unfettered access to the EU’s 500 million-strong consumer market. To boost its own vehicle sales, Serbia already has agreed to shed import duties on EU-made cars through an interim cooperation agreement that took effect in February. The deal includes promises to scrap Serbian auto tariffs by January 2012. But full ...

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