HANOI, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Hit by protests from foreign automakers, Vietnam may delay by three or six months the implementation of higher auto parts tariffs that have stunned the industry. The Ministry of Finance issued a December 4 decision that would result in tariffs on imported auto parts for the small but rapidly growing auto-making sector doubling or in some cases quadrupling. The decision, made at the direction of the prime minister, came to light just this week. VnExpress, a ...
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