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    Brazil New-Car Tax Edging Up in 2014  

    Many analysts expected the industrial products tax on cars and other consumer goods to return to the original rate of 7% after being cut to 2% in 2012, but the government instead will raise it to 3% in January....More
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    UPDATE 2-EU takes Brazil to WTO over "protectionist" car taxes  

    * EU unhappy with 30 percent tax on vehicle imports * EU is Brazil's top trading partner, seeking trade deal * Brazil says taxes respect international trade rules By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS, Dec 19 (Reuters) - The EU launched a case against Brazil at the World Trade Organization on Thursday over the South American nation's taxes on imports from cars to computers, but insisted the dispute should have no bearing on delicate free-trade talks....More
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    China Won't Extend Anti-Dumping Duties on U.S. Car Imports  

    The punitive duties on certain imported sedans and SUVs were imposed three years ago in retaliation for U.S. trade policies, but will not be extended when they expire Dec. 15....More
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    Japan Challenges Ukraine Tariffs on Auto Imports  

    Japan contends the duties enacted in April 2012 violate global trade regulations and have seriously affected exports of its auto to the former Soviet republic....More
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    EU Escalates Trade Dispute With Russia Over Import Levy  

    The European Commission wants the World Trade Organization to rule on the legality of Russia's recycling fee levied on imported cars, which the European Union's executive arm claims is discriminatory....More
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    Daimler Investing $230 Million in New Mercedes Plant in Brazil  

    The new plant is meant to give the automaker a foothold in Brazil's developing luxury-car market and help avoid high tariffs on imports....More
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