ST. PETERSBURG, Russia– The U.S. plans to join the European Union in filing a complaint with the World Trade Organization against Russia’s car-recycling fee, charging the levy is a trade barrier because it applies only to import vehicles. The EU filed its case earlier this month, and Japan last week submitted a similar complaint. The U.S., along with Japan, Turkey and China, reportedly has asked to be an observer at the upcoming EU-Russia talks aimed at averting formal ...

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