HANOI, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Vietnam on began inspecting gasoline quality at filling stations nationwide on Friday after a large number of vehicle breakdowns caused by low quality fuel, state media reported. The Lao Dong daily quoted Ngo Quy Viet, head of the Directorate for Standards and Quality, as saying the probe would begin in the commercial hub Ho Chi Minh City and last until Sept. 15. Viet said current laws only allow fines of up to 20 million dong ($1,250), but added he would seek ...
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