* EU, China, Japan, U.S. among critics of Ukrainian tariffs * WTO committee to hold further talks on Thursday GENEVA, June 23 (Reuters) - Ukraine faced pressure at the World Trade Organisation on Tuesday to drop tariffs on imported cars and refrigerators which it imposed in response to the global economic crisis. WTO rules allow governments to restrict imports temporarily if they have balance of payments problems. But the European Union, Japan, China, the United States, Turkey, ...
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