HANOI, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Vietnam said it is considering pleas by motorcycle makers, including dominant Honda Vietnam, to relax quotas on component imports, but that the assemblers must fulfil conditions of their licensing pacts with the government. These include the disbursement of investment capital, the proportion of locally made components, technology transfer pledges and production capacity, Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Tran Dinh Khien was quoted as saying in Monday's ...
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