HANOI, March 31 (Reuters) - Vietnam is delaying a tariff hike on imported auto parts set to start from April 1, a government official said on Monday, but she declined to say when the increase would go into effect. "The tariffs will not be applied tomorrow as previously planned, we are still waiting for final decisions from concerned authorities," the official from the General Department of Taxation told Reuters. Last month, the ministry proposed a gradual increase to bring the import tax ...
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