By Orhan Coskun and Birsen Altayli ANKARA/ISTANBUL, April 25 (Reuters) - Officials from Turkey's automotive sector and the government met on Monday to discuss changes which place light commercial vehicles in the same tax bracket as cars -- a move which analysts see as harming the sector. Representatives of the Automotive Industry Association (OSD) were holding talks with finance ministry officials on the changes, which will result in increases in the rate of special consumption tax on ...
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