(Adds comments from Foreign Ministry) HANOI, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Hit by protests from foreign auto makers, Vietnam may delay by three or six months the implementation of higher auto-parts tariffs that have stunned the industry. VnExpress, a state-run Web site, quoted Dang Thi Binh An, deputy general director of the General Department of Taxation, as saying tax authorities would ask the Ministry of Finance to delay the January 1 introduction of the tariff hike by three or six months. The ...
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