Vietnam eases 2002 import curbs on motorbike parts

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HANOI, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Faced with the production stoppages at two major foreign motorbike assemblers, Vietnam is allowing the import of another 185,000 sets of motorcycle parts this year, relaxing curbs announced in early September, a newspaper said. The Lao Dong (Labour) newspaper reported on Friday that Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung signed the decision on Thursday. The move would help bike assemblers in Vietnam "maintain their normal operations like in the first nine months ...

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