WARSAW, July 26 (Reuters) - Poland plans to limit imports of used cars from western Europe to protect the local car industry and ensure road safety, Deputy Infrastructure Minister Witold Gorski said on Monday. He said the ministry was working on a bill to introduce tighter inspections of imported cars before they can be registered in Poland. The measure is expected to enter into force by the beginning of October. Imports of second-hand cars soared to some 50,000 in May and more than ...
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