HANOI, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Vietnam said on Friday it has decided to delay the implementation of a policy under which tariffs on imported car parts would have risen sharply. The December decision would have resulted in a doubling or, in some cases, quadrupling of tariffs from January 1 on imported parts for the small but rapidly growing auto-making industry. "The Finance Minister has today issued a notice to delay the implementation of the decision No.146," the head of the ministry's ...
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