Brussels might drop dispute on Russia car scrapping fees
Dec 02, 2013 | 10:37 AM
| Keith Nuthall
LONDON The European Commission is assessing a law passed by Russias parliament that might head off a global trade dispute over scrapping second-hand vehicles.
The commission wants to see if the Duma has abolished a contested recycling fee on imports of second-hand vehicles that is supposed to promote good environmental practice when they are scrapped.
The commission challenged the law at the World Trade Organization (WTO) and described it as a disguised trade restriction.....
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