Ukrainian-made ZAZ Vida sedan based on previous-generation Chevrolet Aveo.
VIENNA – The Ukrainian government introduces a special duty on imported new passenger vehicles with 1.0L to 2.2L gasoline engines. The measure, intended to protect domestic producers, means an additional duty of 6.5% on cars with 1.0L to 1.5L engines and 12.9% for those with 1.5L to 2.2L powerplants on top of an existing 10% import duty. The surcharge, which took effect April 13 for what is expected to be three years, also applies to Russian-made cars that were paying no import ...
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