Vietnam allows used vehicle imports, sets tariffs


HANOI, March 29 (Reuters) - Vietnam will allow the import of used automobiles less than five years old and will charge duties of between $3,000 to $25,000 per vehicle depending on the engine size, state media reported on Wednesday. The Tien Phong newspaper said Prime Minister Phan Van Khai had decided to end a ban on the import of used automobiles with 15 seats or fewer from May. Used cars with engines under 1,000 cc will carry the lowest duty of $3,000 while the duty on a car with an ...

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