MOSCOW, March 31 (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Fradkov has ordered a large cut in import tariffs on car components for industrial assembly, Vedomosti business daily reported on Thursday. Vedomosti quoted an Economy Ministry source as saying the order was in the final stages of gaining agreement among government departments and could be confirmed next week, although it needed the signatures of the economy, finance and industry ministers to become law. The move would cut ...
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